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I would like to trademark a phrase.

Posted by Alexander Kemp. updated on 7/18/2020
I have worked with Trademarkia before to register my company name and logo. I would like to trademark a six word phrase for use on various printed objects. Please let me know how to go about doing that and the costs and timing involved. Thanks for your help, Alex
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Kavita Wankhade
To register your trademark in the United States, the standard rate fees start at $399 for legal fees per classification. Additionally, you will need to pay the government $275 for government filing fees per classification. During the evaluation of your trademark application by the government, if there are any challenges by the government or private parties because of potentially confusingly similar trademarks, you will need to pay an office action response fee if you wish for an attorney to draft a response on your behalf. Usually, this is between $279 and $899 depending on the complexity of the response required.
Click on the below link to get started in applying for your trademark through Trademarkia.
https://www.trademarkia.com/faqs/http%7C//www.trademarkia.com/trademark/
For more details, you can visit our Website trademarkia.com or can contact our customer service at 877-794-9511(Toll free).
 

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