While a provisional application merely reserves your filing date, a non-provisional patent application is a full application that will be examined and can mature into an issued patent. To give you an idea of the total costs of a non-provisional, from filing through to issuance, including patent attorney fees and USPTO official fees, we’ll break down the typical costs by year:
No one wants to face a examiner objections during their patent application process, especially when filing multiple applications in different countries. Their objections slow down or halts a patent application from being granted. This is when MU Patents comes in - our experience will help to reduce patent prosecution costs during this process.