Yes, you can file separately. However, your spouses income may considered in terms of whether you meet the income requirements to qualify for a bankruptcy. You should consult with an experienced BK attorney who can review your specific situation to make sure you will qualify to file.
I agree that the Trustee would have to abandon the property. But in most cases, if the proceeds from the sale of the property would help pay debt owed to your creditors, the court is not going to give you the money instead.
A Motion to Quash would not be appropriate to raise the defenses you mentioned. You should have an attorney review all the specifics of your case to determine which responsive pleading would be most effective.
You will need to review the terms of your lease agreement. However, if, for instance, your lease is a one year lease and does not expire until June 2013, then your landlord can not terminate the lease otherwise she/he would be in breach and this would be a defense to any eviction proceedings. Additionally, the Landlord is required to give written notice to terminate the lease. Until the home is sold at a trustee's sale, you are required to continue to pay rent. You should contact a landlord/...
Even if the charge was dismissed, it could still prevent your application from being approved. You should speak with an immigration attorney to review the specifics of your situation to give you the best advice.
Yes, the two of you can write an agreement regarding visitation. If there is a current court order in place regarding visitation you will need to file to amend that order with the new plan the two of you agree to. If you are able to come to terms regarding the visitation on your own, you may not need to hire an attorney.