You didn't state if she had passed away. If she is under a probate court conservatorship, then yes you should have been notified. If she had passed, then you would need to be notified if there was a probate court proceeding needing notification.
So long as you are an heir, you should have been notified. You should consult with local counsel for further guidance based on an in-depth review of the facts.
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