When we say that "adverbs modify verbs" we mean that they add information to the main verb.
Will is an auxiliary verb used to create the future tense of the verb to be. Be is the main verb so certainly goes in front of be.
Basically, what you wrote is correct.
For more on adverbs, their correct use, their position in a sentence, and so on, see the ICAL Grammar Guide.
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