Storing a will for safekeeping
Wills are important private and confidential documents which take legal effect on the death of its maker. An original will should be stored in a safe and secure place after being signed and witnessed. Ideally the place should be fireproof, and protected from tampering or destruction.
Willmakers should consider their personal circumstances, family and other relationships when considering storage options. In some situations storing a will at home is not advisable if it is likely persons adverse to what it contains can access it.
And make sure you inform your nominated executors or legal personal representatives of your original documents.