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The Most Convenient, Fastest, And Affordable Way To Protect Your Music Copyright

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You'll Love How Easy This Process Is:


Start by uploading your creative work, such as your song, lyrics, or book. 


Enter your ownership or co-ownership details, if applicable. 


We will confirm receipt of your work within minutes and start on your official government registration.


You will receive your official Copyright Certificate in the mail from the U.S. Government!

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1.    Easy Enforcement: Protect and enforce your copyright online effectively.
2.    Statutory Damages: Up to $150,000 in statutory dama
ges available for willful infringement

3.    Attorney's Fees: In successful infringement cases, attorney's fees may be waived.
4.    Expert Guidance: Benefit from a real practicing attorney's expertise while filing your copyright registration.
5.    DMCA Takedowns: Ability to issue DMCA takedown notices. 


 How long will it take to get my copyright certificate?
Answer: The processing time for copyright registration typically takes 1-3 months.

Where will I have protection with my copyright?
Answer: Your copyright will have protection throughout the entire United States.

Don't I get copyright as soon as I make my creative work?
Answer: That is true! Pursuant to the Copyright Act of 1976, you do have automatic protection as soon as you put your ideas into a tangible medium. However, to enforce your copyright in a court of law, you have to get an actual certificate with the government.

How do I know this is legit?
Answer: We have real attorneys overseeing the filing of your copyright application. You can even call us at 480-248-0657 to confirm.

How much is the government filing fee?
Answer: The government filing fee is $65 for a published work and $85 for an unpublished work.

Are there any limitations with government copyright registration?
Answer: The only limitation on your copyright is if you don't obtain a registration.

What if I need technical support?
Answer: Please contact us at

What if my work is already published? Can I still register it?
Answer: Yes, you can still register a published work for copyright protection. However, if you register the work within three months of publication or before any copyright infringement occurs, you may be eligible for additional legal benefits, such as statutory damages and attorney's fees.

Can I register a copyright for someone else's work?
Answer: No, you can only register a copyright for a work if you are the original creator or have obtained the rights through a valid assignment or license agreement. Registering another person's work without proper authorization is considered copyright infringement.

How long does copyright protection last?
Answer: Copyright protection typically lasts for the author's lifetime plus an additional 70 years. For works created by a company or entity, the protection usually extends for 95 years from the date of first publication or 120 years from the date of creation, whichever is shorter.

Can I include multiple works in a single copyright application?
Answer: Yes, you can include multiple works in a single copyright application if they are considered a "collection" and share the same authorship and publication status. This can save time and money compared to filing individual applications.

Can I copyright my ideas or concepts?
Answer: Unfortunately, copyright law does not protect ideas or concepts; it only safeguards the tangible expression of those ideas. You can protect your creative work once it is fixed in a tangible form, such as writing, music, or artwork.

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