Don't Hire A Lawyer To Copyright Your Stuff!

by Monroe Mann on Dec. 30, 2017

Intellectual Property Copyright Intellectual Property Business 

Summary: Save yourself a LOT of money and do it yourself. It will take 5 minutes.

Please, do NOT hire a lawyer to copyright something.

You can do it yourself REALLY easily.

1. Go to and browse around and learn all you can.

2. Go to the online registration portal:

3. Follow the simple steps, and pay the low fee.  

4. You're done.  

Sure, if you really have difficulty on the site or just want the peace of mind of having a lawyer do it for you, that's fine.  But please, try to do it yourself first.  You'll be surprised with how easy it is.

NOTE: If you're also a screenwriter or teleplay writer, register your screenplay with the Writer's Guild too:

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