You wrote, "I have a question on a form 1099-A that I just received from my lender."
A: The form is issued to a single, tax identifying number "TIN"; in this case, your TIN.
The form might be issued to a Jointly liable debtor, but you would not receive that form or be advised of its issuance.
I agree with atty Bollinger, but as to the 2nd part of your question, if this debt was discharged in your bsnkruptcy then you are correct you would no longer have any personal liability for the debt. However, your question does not present enough facts to determine whether or not this particular debr was in fact doscharged. It is curious you state you received a 1099-A, since on a discharged debt yoy would normally receive a 1099-C. You then would want to file IRS form 982 to show the underlying debt related to the tax has been discharged.
If, as you suggest in your comment, you received a 1099-C prior to filing your BK, you may be out of luck checking the discharged-in-BK box on the Form 982 because the debt was cancelled before you had a chance to discharge it.