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You don't need to change the will itself if you're only making minor changes to the will. Rather, you can include what's known as a "codicil". Basically it's a document that changes specific portions of the will, such as executor, beneficiaries, etc...
You can find a form to do this here: https://www.ilrg.com/forms/lastwill-codicil/us/nj
It would need to be witnessed, signed, notarized the same way that your original will was. But you don't need have a new will to designate a new executor and change beneficiaries.
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