what is the cheapest way to get a patent?
I have a hair product that I make in my kitchen, on my stove, I would like to market it. but I need a patent, I have very little money to work with. and I would like to know the cheapest way that I could a get a patent for my product.
Try doing it yourself. There are services like LegalZoom that do everything for you, but they add their own costs to it.
Try going here: http://www.uspto.gov/
If you e-mail them, they can direct you to credible information and sources. I've done it several times with other US departments. It's a little longer process, though, but very much worth it.
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