What if you are headed to warmer clients (I'm located in Madison, Wisconsin), but can't get into an attorney before leaving? My suggestion is to make sure your beneficiary forms are up-to-date and accurate. Whatever is listed on those forms controls, not your will. And now days people own a larger percentage of assets that are distributed by beneficiary form (life insurance and retirement).
As always, it is best to consult a licensed attorney in your area for legal advice....and when doing an estate plan to find an attorney who focuses on that area of the law.