Protect Your Invention

Protect Your Design

Protect Your Business

Protect Your Art

Utility Patent


Mechanical Inventions

Electrical Inventions

Computer Hardware

Computer Software

Chemical Inventions

Many Others...


Provisional Patent
$500 (+gov't fee)

Non-Provisional Patent
$3000 (+gov't fee)

Design Patent


Protects Unique Look of:

Clothing and Jewelry

Kitchen Products

Sporting Goods and Tools

Auto and Bike Products

Many Others...


Design Patent
$1200 (+gov't fee)



Company Names

Company Logos

Company Slogans

Product Names




U.S. Trademark
$145 (+gov't fee)

WA State Trademark
$145 (+gov't fee)



Music and Video

Paintings and Sculpture


Books and Magazines


Many Others...


$145 (+gov't fee)


Have an new idea for an invention that you think might have a market?
Need to trademark a new logo for your company, or refresh an old logo?
Have a copyright issue with someone stealing your art?
Looking to open up shop and need a business license?

Give Armillary a call, send us an email, or use our "Contact Us" form.
There is never a charge for attorney consultations.


Contact Us

Protection Made Easy

Have you ever tried calling a large law firm, only to wade through a sea of assistants, junior attorneys, and automated phone systems, none of whom can give you straight answers to the simple questions you ask? ArmillaryIP is different. You can call right now and an experienced intellectual property attorney will provide the straight answers you're looking for.

What large law firms call "small fish" we call people. Armillary is proud to focus on individual inventors and artists, and on small businesses like ourselves. Have you come up with a new invention or improvement of an existing product? Move forward with patent protection. Need to trademark a new company logo, or refresh an old logo? Move forward with trademark protection. Does your band post its new music on the internet, or do you like to upload your writing or photos? Move forward with copyright protection. Armillary specializes in providing these and other intellectual property services at rates that regular people can afford.


Find Out More About Us

Latest News

I've Got Patent Pending, Now What?

We field calls every week from enthusiastic inventors wanting to patent their ideas. "It'll sell millions; we'll make millions!" But how to get from invention to riches, they really don't know. "Angel Investors" throwing out seven figure checks, maybe.

Reality check.

Patents = Business. In business you gotta pay to play the game, and there is never a net to catch your fall. When you spend a sizable sum of money to get an idea patented, there is no guarantee that you will recoup your loss. In fact, unless you are willing to do a great deal of the legwork yourself, there is low probability that you will ever see a profit from your invention.

Patents = Business. When you own a patent or are patent pending you own a business startup. Are you up for it? You've two basic routes to take:

1) You plan to make and sell the invention yourself, which requires a business license, trademarks, marketing, storefront, web presence, letterheads, business cards, etc.

2) You plan to sell or license the invention to a manufacturer, which requires negotiating with sophisticated business parties. Manufacturers, like most businesses, are accustomed to negotiating with other businesses, not with individuals. To improve your chances at success in licensing negotiations, you need a good idea, a well-written patent or patent application, an operable prototype or mockup, and a well polished written and verbal "pitch" that exhibits your business acumen. In short, the more you look like a business the better your odds at getting a foot in the door and pulling down a patent licensing deal. Little things go a long way when trying to look like a competent business, things like a business license (WA State sole proprietorship with trade name is $20), a catchy product trademark that can also be licensed to the manufacturer (Federal trademark is usually under $500, WA State under $200), letterheads and business cards (under $100), a simple webpage, even if it's a Facebook page, showing some product photos and contact information (under $100), and a good conservative grey suit.

ArmillaryIP doesn't just write patents. We help inventors negotiate the rocky road that starts with a patent idea and progresses to a small business startup selling or licensing a cool new product. We can help you get the trademarks and the business licensing you need to be professional, and to assist you in product licensing negotiations with manufacturers. We can also get you in contact with high quality website creation and hosting professionals. You're on your own in finding a good grey suit. Check out our reasonable rates that are affordable for individuals and small businesses, just like ourselves.