Answer: assalamu alaykum
It would be permitted for you to inherit from your non-Muslim mother in this case.
Though the four schools state that this would generally be impermissible, there is (a) a difference of opinion among some of the salaf as to whether this rule applies to a Muslim inheriting from a non-Muslim and (b) some contemporary scholars have ruled that a Muslim can inherit from a non-Muslim when this is legislated and carried out by a secular, non-Muslim state.
Among the scholars who argued based on the above are Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanawi and Mawlana Zafar Usmani. (Imdad al-Akham, 4:627-28)
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