Your right to the domain name is an asset that needs to be disclosed in your bankruptcy. However, based on your small amount of revenue, it would appear to be worth $0.00 or a small nominal amount (as the attorney above has suggested). It should be listed on Schedule B of your bankruptcy petition along with your other personal property. The domain renewal expense should be listed on Schedule J of your petition as an annual expense.
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I would list it on the schedules and value it at $1.00, a nominal amount of money since it appears to have no value and it is very difficult to do a valuation without an income stream.Ask a similar question
You would need to list the asset on Schedule B and indicate what you think it is worth given the circumstances. If you went to sell your rights to the domain lease, what do you thin anyone would pay for it? You also want to list the lease on Schedule G.Ask a similar question