You list your creditors on your petition, and the court sends out notices. You don't do it unless you add creditors later, after the initial filing of the petition.
Though I hope you have a lawyer to help you....
First question- "bankrupting" your corporation would probably do little good, a corporation can't have it's debts discharged (wiped out) only liquidated, and you could probably just liquidate it yourself without the bankruptcy court getting involved.
As for the rest, you need to seek a bankruptcy attorney in your area. The answer would depend on California's bankruptcy exemptions and your over all situation. Good luck.
Was he served with the complaint you filed in Supreme Court? He doesn't have to "sign" anything. The person that serves him has to sign an affidavit that service was made.
And if you say you can't afford a lawyer, i doubt that's the case. Why can't you bring an motion against him to pay your costs (I am sure he is not living in St. Lucia without money). or find an attorney to work with you.
It's very unlikely that with these facts you would be eligible for any help in the bankruptcy court. I would rather concentrate on working out an income sensitive payment plan with the student loan holders.