There is not enough precise information. When was the Ch 7 filed and when was the discharge? Last week or a couple of years ago?
I am unclear as to whether your 1099's were issued for being paid as an independent contractor or as a pensioner, or whether your 1099's were issued for forgiveness of debt.
If for forgiveness of debt, was the debt forgiven before the bankruptcy petition? Or was it new debt after a bankruptcy discharge a few years ago, and you were forgiven of those post-discharge debts?
Many people receive these 1099s for 'discharge of indebtedness' income, but many are not required to claim it as income. There are two exceptions. Any debt discharged in a bankruptcy case is excepted from inclusion as income. Additionally, if you were 'insolvent' at the time, after the debt was forgiven, you do not have to include it as income. That means that, after the debt was forgiven, your debts still exceeded the value of your assets. I usually provide a letter for my clients along with the correct section of the 'bankruptcy tax guide', available off the IRS website. You may be able to find it on the net.
If you find the right part of the bankruptcy tax guide, copy it and forward it to the irs with the 1099 to tell them why it shouldn't be included as income.
As for properly preparing form 982, I would normally seek the advice of a CPA or an attorney with actual experience in the area.
But, the bottom line for your fact pattern is that the debt that was the subject of the 1099-C was discharged in your bankruptcy case, and therefore it is NOT includable as income - period. I wouldn't wait to see if any other 1099's came later, the IRS would expect this to be included as income unless you take some afffirmative action.
Once again, if unclear about preparation of the form, see a CPA with actual knowledge of this area.