HowTo Fill Out Our Questionnaire

In the questionnaire, describe your invention and its methods of implementation.

You are not required to complete the questionnaire in a single shot. You can save the questionnaire at any time after entering your personal details and get back to it later. Click on the appropriate button to save the questionnaire. You will be provided a link for getting back to the form at your convenience. If you didn’t save the link – no worries. The system will email it to you with the email address you provided.

Files can be attached to the questionnaire up to 15MB. In case your files are too large, please make a note of this and we will contact you to arrange delivery.

Please read the following instructions thoroughly before you submit the form. It has been our experience that the transfer of information from the inventor to the person drafting the patent application is key to a better patent application.

1. Title of the invention Use a generic and broad title

‘A cup holder’, or ‘A carrier or holder’

The title should be a very brief generic description.
2. Field of the invention If you are unsure choose the closest field.
Choose from the pulldown menu.
3. Problem the invention solves Describe the situation as it is, what problems need to be solved, how it effects the people intended to use it and what are the results.
Describe the problem(s) solved by your invention.
4. Background of the problem How are people currently coping with the problem? How did others try to solve it, and why did they fail? If they didn’t fail – what are the weakness of their solutions.
Describe previous attempts, methods or devices designed to solve the problem(s) your invention is meant to solve. Please do not include prior art search results in this box.
5. Background of the solution If your solution is based on components that are being used in other ways state this here. If not, state the closest thing you know about your solution that is or was in used regardless of your invention.
Describe previous uses, ways and concepts related to your invention, its components and elements.
6. The invention One or two paragraphs with a brief of pure details of your invention. This is not meant to be a commercial ad, so stick to components and the way it works.
Describe your invention in detail. Use natural language to describe all aspect of the invention.
7. Embodiments Here you can state different options for use your invention, different materials, quantities or dimensions. If there are optional add-ons include them here.
Describe various embodiments of your invention. Include all extensions and version. This is the place to indicate materials, quantities etc.
8. Prior art If prior art is a patent, a number is sufficient. If prior art is an article or web site, add a link. If it isn’t on the web write down a short description and attach files (photo document etc.)
Include all patents, products and publications relating to your invention. For patents it is sufficient to indicate their number; for other sources please include a link.
9. Drawings Drawings should be explained in details.

Name each part or component in the drwings and describe the overall composition.

Describe each drawing you attach.
10. Comments Whatever you consider important…
Is there anything else you would like us to know?
11. Drawings refer to the drawings instructions.drawings instructions for a detailed explanation. You may describe and write over the drawings but make sure to upload a clean copy of all drawings as well.
Attach drawings and any other files as necessary.
12. Please check the service you need: We strongly recommend conducting a search, because we know that the more familiar we are with the prior art the better we can draft your patent application.

If you wish to search yourself, please see our instructions on How to Search.

[] Prior art search [] Patent application drafting() I already conducted a search and the results are included() I have decided not to order a search

 

HowTo Fill Out Our Questionnaire

In the questionnaire, describe your invention and its methods of implementation.

You are not required to complete the questionnaire in a single shot. You can save the questionnaire at any time after entering your personal details and get back to it later. Click on the appropriate button to save the questionnaire. You will be provided a link for getting back to the form at your convenience. If you didn’t save the link – no worries. The system will email it to you with the email address you provided.

Files can be attached to the questionnaire up to 15MB. In case your files are too large, please make a note of this and we will contact you to arrange delivery.

Please read the following instructions thoroughly before you submit the form. It has been our experience that the transfer of information from the inventor to the person drafting the patent application is key to a better patent application.

1. Title of the invention Use a generic and broad title

‘A cup holder’, or ‘A carrier or holder’

2. Field of the invention If you are unsure choose the closest field.
.
3. Problem the invention solves Describe the situation as it is, what problems need to be solved, how it effects the people intended to use it and what are the results.
4. Background of the problem How are people currently coping with the problem? How did others try to solve it, and why did they fail? If they didn’t fail – what are the weakness of their solutions.
5. Background of the solution If your solution is based on components that are being used in other ways state this here. If not, state the closest thing you know about your solution that is or was in used regardless of your invention.
6. The invention One or two paragraphs with a brief of pure details of your invention. This is not meant to be a commercial ad, so stick to components and the way it works.
7. Embodiments Here you can state different options for use your invention, different materials, quantities or dimensions. If there are optional add-ons include them here.
.
8. Prior art If prior art is a patent, a number is sufficient. If prior art is an article or web site, add a link. If it isn’t on the web write down a short description and attach files (photo document etc.)
.
9. Drawings Drawings should be explained in details.

Name each part or component in the drwings and describe the overall composition.

Describe each drawing you attach.
10. Comments Whatever you consider important…
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11. Drawings refer to the drawings instructions.drawings instructions for a detailed explanation. You may describe and write over the drawings but make sure to upload a clean copy of all drawings as well.
12. Please check the service you need: We strongly recommend conducting a search, because we know that the more familiar we are with the prior art the better we can draft your patent application. If you wish to search yourself, please see our instructions on How to Search.

 

Prior art search for $295 and Patent application drafting for just $1,450,

 , or read how we do it.