Please make sure your Will is in a safe place. Ideally, it would be in a safe with other important documents. It is a good idea to keep your Will in a safe place, and let people like your executor know where to find it, so that it will be intact when others need to use it.
In some states a Will can be considered void if it is ripped, torn, or damaged. Keeping your Will in a safe place reduces the chances of the papers being damaged and potentially being considered void.
Please talk to your lawyer about where you intend to keep your Will and to see what would happen if your Will is damaged based on where you kept it.