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Precise Advice LLC Online Legal Document Service Launches Copyright Application Service


Creative Professionals are the ones left in the cold when a copyright service is too expensive, complicated or inconvenient. So the Precise Advice management team launched a new copyright application service to help visual artists, performing artists and authors copyright their work.

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

While some intellectual property lawyers continue to charge top-dollar for copyright registration assistance, Precise Advice LLC launched a new service to help creative professionals copyright their work more affordably.

In today's market, consulting with an experienced copyright lawyer will cost $200 or more an hour. So for many people, an eager “keyword” search for an online legal document service is the next best option.

“I'm fully aware of the many financial obstacles faced by artists, musicians and authors when it comes to obtaining a copyright for their work,” says Precise Advice Co-founder, Celeste Moy. “I also know that trying to use less expensive online do-it-yourself services can be even more difficult. So we created our copyright application service specifically for creative professionals in need of affordable legal assistance.”

According to Moy, the Precise Advice copyright application service enables customers to obtain a copyright in three easy steps.

First, each customer is asked to complete a short questionnaire that includes questions regarding the work in question. Next, a lawyer prepares the appropriate copyright application for the customer. Finally, the customer follows the filing instructions provided by Precise Advice to file to the U.S. Copyright Office.

Currently, Precise Advice offers copyright application services for anyone interested in protecting their literary works, sound recordings, visual arts or performing arts. The website also provides a list of works that can be copyrighted under these four categories.

In the near future, the company will be adding five new group copyright applications to register groups of creative works such as databases, photographs, visual arts and literary periodicals.

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