First, we review the information you provide us about your trademark to determine when the renewal filings are due.
Once you have registered a trademark, your work is not done. Not only are you required to continue policing your trademark (to protect it from infringement, dilution, or any other type of misuse), but you have to renew your registered trademark at very specific times.
Certain filing are required with the United States Patent and Trademark Office each time you renew your trademark. Failure to renew within the deadline will result in the USPTO labeling your trademark as abandoned, and you will lose all of the rights and benefits that come from federal trademark registration.
These renewal filings are due between five and six years after registration, again during the tenth year of ownership, and then again every ten years.
The USPTO will not notify you of any of these deadlines. It is up to you, as the trademark owner to stay on top of when these renewals are due.