NRS 133.086
Requirements for self-proving electronic will

  • acceptance of declaration or affidavit.


An electronic will is self-proving if:


The declarations or affidavits of the attesting witnesses are incorporated as part of, attached to or logically associated with the electronic will, as described in NRS 133.050;


The electronic will designates a qualified custodian to maintain custody of the electronic record of the electronic will; and


Before being offered for probate or being reduced to a certified paper original that is offered for probate, the electronic will was at all times under the custody of a qualified custodian.


A declaration or affidavit of an attesting witness made pursuant to NRS 133.050 and an affidavit of a person made pursuant to NRS 133.340 must be accepted by a court as if made before the court.

Source: Section 133.086 — Requirements for self-proving electronic will; acceptance of declaration or affidavit., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-133.­html#NRS133Sec086.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 133.086’s source at nv​.us