First, we do not know what you mean by "deposed" of a credit card lawsuit. Do you mean you went to a deposition?
SEcond, persons file bankruptcies for two goals: to keep your assets and to discharge all dischargeable debts. If you are able to do that then you might want to remain in bankruptcy but without more facts we cannot provide any better answer. However, sitting down with an experienced bankruptcy attorney will lead to being fully informed to that the attorney can then explain your options and which one they suggest and why!
Third, if it is an asset case, then a trustee may in fact object so that the creditors can receive some monies. But in most (99%) of cases filed, the creditors do not receive any payout!
Fourth, now lets assume your speak with an attorney coming up before your 341 meeting which will be approximately at the end of February, what can you do to obtain a dismissal the cheapest? Frankly, what if you simply do not go to any 341 hearing and don't file any other schedules if such are missing? Normally, the US TRustee will move to dismiss your case!
I have no clue what you mean about "hold that against the opposing attorney". Sorry. If you explain more, I can maybe address your thoughts.
Before you act, sit down and speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney though. Good luck. I hope I have helped you also.