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Can you tell me please what you mean by "heir property"?
I suspect that you mean that your mother, her brothers &/or sisters were heirs to someone who died and that the estate was not ever probated, but before I try to answer this I want to be sure I understand.
Ok. She may already "own" the land by what is called "adverse possession", but you want a deed to prove it.
One thing you could do would be to petition the court to probate the estate and order a survey and partition. This is probably the best way to be sure you have all heirs involved, and therefor that your mother ends up with clear title.
A less attractive option would be to try to get deeds from everyone who may have an intererest in the property. The problem with this option is that a purchaser down the road might not be interested, claiming that without probate there might be someone with an interest who might come in later claiming an interest.
What you are proposing doing may constitute a "subdivision" of the land, which may require governmental (county probably) approval. If you do this, you may need to have it surveyed. In any event, you will want a survey of the land that belongs to your mother, for an accurate legal description in the deed.
Apparently, the land comprises about 12 acres in total. She has been maintaining about 5 acres, but you only want 2 acres. Why is that?