Copyright Your Creative Works!

Want to protect your website, apps, drawings, story, song, movie, picture, art or other works? Just take a few minutes to get your copyright registered with LegalHoop!

Pricing at $199 $149 + Federal filing fees ($65)

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How to get copyright registration with LegalHoop

Step 1
Answer a few questions

Complete our simple questionnaire within 5 minutes.

Step 2
Communicate with a Copyright Consultant

Our Copyright consultant will communicate with you via email requesting the copy of works and clarifying everything to format the application.

Step 3
We file the Copyright Registration

We will file the copyright on behalf of the claimant and you just need to wait for the approval notice for registration.

What Can Be Copyrighted?

We can help you copyright your:
  • Computer programs
  • Website or online materials
  • Art Work
  • Photograph
  • Directories or catalogs, advertising copy
  • Written work such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, textbooks, reference works or articles
  • Written music & Lyrics
  • Screenplay or Script
  • A Choreographic work
  • A recorded score for a movie or play
  • Feature film or documentary film
  • Maps
  • Animated film, television show, video, or other Audio-Visual Work
  • Recorded performance of music or sound

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the advantages to have your works copyrighted? icon icon
  • Registering your copyright establishes a public record of your claim, allows you to take legal action against infringement, and may entitle you to statutory damages and attorney’s fees in court.
When do I need to register my copyright? icon icon
  • You can file at any time after you complete your work. However, if you register before or within five years of publication, registration will establish prima facie evidence in court of the validity of the copyright and of the facts stated in the certificate. If you register your work within three months after the publication or prior to an infringement of the work, statutory damages and attorney’s fees will be available to the copyright owner in court actions. Otherwise, only an award of actual damages and profits is available to the copyright owner. In other words, if you wait until there is an infringement to register your work so you can have access to the courts, you may lose the valuable right to seek the recovery of statutory damages and attorneys' fees.
How long does it take to get a copyright registered? icon icon
  • It takes at least 8 months for the Copyright Office to review applications. You can expect a letter, telephone call or email from a Copyright Office staff member if further information is needed.
How long does a copyright last? icon icon
  • In most cases, a copyright lasts for the life of the author plus 70 years. If the author of the work died in 2100, then the copyright, in most situations, would last until 2170. For works made for hire, and for anonymous and pseudonymous works, the duration of copyright is 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation (whichever is shorter)
Will I receive anything after I register my copyright? icon icon
  • Yes, the U.S. Copyright Office will mail you a certificate of registration, typically within 8-12 months.

Select your Copyright Registration package.



+ Federal filing fees ($65)

Professional Preparation

Professional preparation of your federal copyright application including a review by the copyright team for accuracy, completeness and common mistakes.

Federal E-Filing

Electronic filing of your application with the U.S Copyright Office with no need to wait for mail or dealing with paper files.

Certificate of Registration

That will be mailed to you directly from the U.S. Copyright Office.



+ Federal filing fees ($65)

Cease & Desist Letter

A customer-specific form you can further customize if someone is infringing on your copyright.


Custom assignment template. If you need to sell or otherwise convey your copyright, you have access to your prefilled template that you can further customize.

24-hour Expedited Processing

24-hour expedited processing of the preparation of your copyright application. Normal processing time is 5 business days in our Basic package.

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Our office in D.C. is only 1 mile away from the U.S. Copyright Office and the U.S. Capitol.

Thus, we understand the federal rules better than anyone else.