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Your will is presumptively valid, but it will be probated in accordance with the state that you're living in at the moment. It would be best to have a lawyer in your state look it over, but not necessary to do so. Note that getting a new will is not that difficult (assuming that you don't have more than a couple million in assets) because you can simply execute a simple last will.
I would suggest that you go to either www.uslegalforms.com or www.legalzoom.com to get a will done in your state, that is explicitly valid in your state. The www.uslegalforms.com site is going to be cheaper to get such a will at, because they don't advertise as heavily as the other, but both have very high quality wills.
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