You need to gett he BK court to give you relief from the stay. If granted, you would then go back to State court, unless the defts can successfully remove you to Fed court on some basis. The defts may try to keep the case in Fed court by having the BK court transfer it to dist court for trial. You would need to get the case concluded, and then file a complaint in BK court to have the judgment (assuming you won) determined to be non dischargeable. You need a BK atty to help you with this matter.
These are all questions your attorney should be able to answer for you.
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.
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