Good grief! This is WAY to complex for you get an accurate answer on this website. You must talk with your attorney. Good luck.
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If you don't have a lawyer, you need on badly if you don't understand the basics of what is discharged and other important matters. It is also not clear whether you filed individually or for a company (corporate, or LLC) . You may have a big problem with security deposits, depending on the terms of any agreements. Again, you need a lawyer badly.
Ditto the other lawyers. There is no way to answer this on the website, and certainly you would want the protection of attorney client privilege rather than posting these problems out for the whole world to see.
I am licensed only in Texas. Offering information of a general nature in response to a question is not intended to be legal advice in your state.
You stated that you just filed chapter 7 bankruptcy in Texas. If you filed pro se (meaning without an attorney or on your own), your issues are too complicated to address on your own and you should go get an attorney.
If you had an attorney file your case, he or she should be able to answer the issues you raised and guide you through your bankruptcy. Best of luck to you.