A patent is an official, governmental affirmation of your intellectual property territory. But in the patent landscape you can only attempt to claim, as your territory, what your patent application describes as your territory.
I specialize in drafting patent applications for complex technologies. (Of course, also more simplistic technologies as well!) A single inventive concept can entail−in terms of real-world application/design−a fabric of numerous, interwoven elements.
When drafting an application, my twin goals are details and depth: Multiple embodiments; details of structural elements, processing modules, and functional/structural interconnections; full expositions of methods; and all that is supported with extensive illustration.
An engaging patent narrative provides a story-telling view of your invention. Novelty/non-obviousness emerge from clearly explainly/illustrating why your invention is needed; and further from enumerating many of the specific elements that underscore how/why your invention is an improvement over anything else around.