This includes a preliminary search (but not a full, in-depth clearance), and a use-based registration of your trademark. This means you’re using your trademark already.
We’ll prepare and file your application, and respond to non-substantive actions from the USPTO. In other words, we’ll submit the application, and then if the USPTO wants us a to make a minor change, we’ll handle those. If someone objects to your registration, or there’s some other substantive response the USPTO wants us to provide, that’s subject to a separate and additional fee.
It’s important to know at the outset that we can’t guarantee your mark will get registered in the end, as that’s ultimately up to the USPTO.
If you’re registering a mark you haven’t yet started using out in the world, then an intent-to-use registration is the route to go.