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First of all, no don't worry about that.
Is the Form a 1099-S? Is your Social Security Number listed on the 1099-S or was it a different number? If so whose number is ***** it? (Possibly an ID number you obtained for the estate or your mother's Social Security Number?)
When did your mother die; ie. what was the date of death?
Was she a resident of North Carolina?
What is the date you sold the property?
What is the gross proceeds that is reported on the 1099-S?
If you answer these questions I can tell you how to deal with this on your tax returns.
Do you have this information? If so & you are able to answer my questions, I can respond to your questions.
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Thanks very much, Steve G.