The bankruptcy court generally will not resolve issues of title legitimacy on a property - that is a state court issue. You cannot, however, simply initiate a legal action concerning a piece of real property. During a bankruptcy proceeding, the trustee is in charge of all assets of the bankruptcy estate, your property included. You will need to consult with them before making any legal challenges to anything related to the property. The trustee may have other ideas about what is best.
Bankruptcy courts have the power to decide liens and ownership of property of the estate. However, if this is the only reason you are filing, you are better off fighting this in state court where there are no jurisdiction issues and you will be in control of the case. I strongly suggest hiring an attorney to review your case. These cases are complex.
[I am a Virginia-licensed attorney. This communication is intended as general information and not specific legal advice, and this communication does not create an attorney-client relationship.]
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Sounds like a State court question to me. Assuming your property is fully exempt (I believe Texas has an unlimted homestead exemption if you qualify), there's no reason for the trustee to be interested in the matter and thus no reason for the matter to be litigated in bankruptcy court.