After your Will has been executed, you need to store your Will in a safe place, such as a fire-proof safe at home or a safe deposit box at a bank.
There is a third option. I recommend that you deposit your Will for safekeeping with the Register of Wills. You’ll be charged a one-time fee of $5.00. During your lifetime, the Will you deposited in the Register of Wills’ office can only be released to you or a person authorized by you in writing to receive the same. You should always make sure that the person you named as Personal Representative is made aware of the location of your Will.