Nevada residents who are putting together an estate plan should remember to include digital assets. These may include everything from music to Bitcoins to domain names. While some digital assets are mainly of sentimental value, such as photographs, the average worth throughout the world of an individual's digital assets ranges from $35,000-$55,000.
Digital assets must be documented in different ways depending on how the estate plan is set up. For example, if the owner's estate goes through probate, it is necessary to list the assets and their value for inventory. For an estate or generation-skipping tax return, these assets must also be listed.