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Easy 3 Step Process* with PatentWizard®!

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* Steps 2 and 3 for PatentWizard Professional are optional services by Neustel Law Offices, LTD available for purchase.  See Patent Attorney Review and Provisional Filing Service for more information.  For PatentWizard Online, Step 3 is included in the purchase price, but Step 2 is an optional service available for purchase you can request at the time you complete your provisional patent application via PatentWizard Online.

Benefits of Provisional Patent Applications

  • Easy to prepare.
  • Get an early filing date.
  • Provide "Patent Pending" for 1 year.
  • Provide time to evaluate marketability.
  • Use "Patent Pending" notice.
  • Difficult to write "claims" section not required.
  • Expensive professional patent drawings not required.
  • Not examined for patentability by USPTO.
  • Low government filing fee.
Benefits of PatentWizard Professional

PatentWizard Professional is a unique software program that provides its users with many benefits such as:
  • Easy to use step-by-step process.
  • Helps you write like a patent attorney.
  • Obtain "Patent Pending" fast.
  • Use "Patent Pending" notice.
  • Lower initial investment.
  • Provide a complete disclosure to your patent attorney.
  • Supplemental book not required.
  • Download and use today!
Overview of PatentWizard Professional

PatentWizard is a unique software program designed to assist inventors in drafting and filing "provisional" patent applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  While no software program can replace a qualified patent attorney, PatentWizard will assist you in writing like a patent attorney if you are dedicated to writing your own patent application.

PatentWizard provides a simple step-by-step process for guiding inventors through drafting their provisional patent application. PatentWizard is designed for use during the early stages of the invention process when inventors are still determining the marketability of their invention.

Inventors are strongly encouraged to seek at least a review of their self-drafted provisional patent application by a patent attorney prior to filing with the USPTO. Neustel Law Offices, LTD will provide a review of your self-drafted provisional patent application for a flat-fee if drafted with PatentWizard. After an inventor has determined that their invention is "marketable", they should then hire a patent attorney to draft a formal patent application for their invention prior to the one year expiration of their provisional application.

Limitations of Provisional Patent Applications

There are limitations with PatentWizard Professional, PatentWizard Online and "provisional" patent applications that you should familiarize yourself with.  First, a provisional application only provides "patent pending" for one-year after which it automatically becomes abandoned.  You have to file a "formal" patent application within this one-year period if you want to claim priority to the provisional application.  You should consult with a patent attorney if you have any questions about self-drafting and/or provisional patent applications.

Created by Michael S. Neustel - U.S. Patent Attorney

PatentWizard Professional was created by Michael S. Neustel to help inventors avoid the high costs of a patent attorney prior to determining the viability of their inventions. Michael S. Neustel is a patent lawyer licensed to practice in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Michael S. Neustel is the owner of Neustel Law Offices, LTD that assists individual inventors and businesses in protecting their various intellectual property rights.

Compatible Operating Systems

PatentWizard Professional is compatible with most Microsoft Windows operating systems.  See our Download page for a current listing of operating systems PatentWizard Professional is compatible with.  PatentWizard Professional is not compatible with Apple computers (Apple users can try to use a Windows emulator such as www.virtualbox.org or use PatentWizard Online).