So now that you have your will, where do you keep it?
It is highly recommended that your intended heirs have the contact information for your attorney and that your attorney keep a copy of your will.
You should keep a copy as well. It should be kept safe in someplace like a fireproof box in your home or another secured private place.
A safety deposit box might not be the best place if the safety deposit box is accessible by someone (ie a spouse or business partner) that might disagree with the contents of the will.
Make sure that the executor of your estate knows where your will and other important documents are stored.