If you had a will in place and then got married, your will may have been revoked! If this is the case, your property will pass as if you had no will.
In Oregon, with a few exceptions, a marriage revokes any prior wills. The only exceptions are 1) if the will evidences intent that it not be revoked by a subsequent marriage or that it was drafted in contemplation of marriage; or 2) that the testator and spouse entered into a prenuptial agreement that made provisions for the spouse or states that the spouse has nor rights in the estate of the testator.
If you are getting married and you want the provisions of your will to remain in effect, seek legal counsel to figure out how to best accomplish your wishes.