Patent protection is a complex process that takes time, money, and patience. It can be difficult to navigate without the help of a patent attorney or a patenting agency, such as InventHelp, who will assist you in drafting your patent application and preparing it for examination by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Patents are essential for protecting your product or invention, but they are not cheap. Some companies choose to hire an agency to draft their patent applications so they can save time and money when applying for protection in other countries. Others choose to handle the entire process themselves.

The cost of filing a patent varies widely depending on what country you’re filing in, how many applications you have pending at one time, how much work needs to be done on each application, whether your attorney or agency charges by the hour or by the project and whether they charge you by the hour or by the project.

How Patenting Works?

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the government agency responsible for granting patents. A patent grants an inventor exclusive rights to their invention for a set period of time, usually 20 years. To obtain a patent, you must file an application with the USPTO and pay a fee. The USPTO will review your application to make sure that it meets all requirements for a valid patent. If your application is approved, then you will be issued a patent. To make sure that your application is valid, you should consult with a patent attorney. A patent agency, like Invent Help can help you determine whether your invention is eligible for patent protection and can also assist you in drafting a strong application.


If you want to protect your invention, then you should strongly consider filing a patent application. The process can be complicated, but there are many agencies that can help. If you have any questions about the process of obtaining a patent for your invention or if you need assistance with drafting an application, contact Invent Help.