Call your attorney and ask to terminate his or her services. They will need to refund any unused portion of your retainer. You can also ask them to send you a copy of your file. Most attorneys will work with you on these things and you shouldn't have a problem.
You have a long process ahead. Bankruptcies can take years to complete. Whether you get paid and when you get paid depends on many factors including the number of creditors ahead of you, the amounted owed, and the debot's assets/income. There is even a chance that the court may forgive the debt. I'd highly suggest going over the details of your situation with a bankruptcy attorney in your area.
If you are the owner and you feel that a general or subcontractor has filed a lien for an amount that is frivolous or excessive, you may move the Court to hold a hearing in which the general or subcontractor has to show that they are making a reasonable claim. If the Court agrees with you, the Court may reduce the lien amount or award you attorney fees and costs.
I would first check your City and County ordinances. They should specifically list how many chickens you can have. I know where I'm from you can have up to three and more so if you're in the country.
After you cleared those two hurdles, then I would look at your CC&Rs. If it does not specifically prohibit chickens, and it states that you can have caged birds, you have a great argument in favor of keeping your chickens.
Keep in mind that chickens are not always classified as pets because...
You will need to hire an attorney to review both your prenuptial and marriage contracts. The enforcibility of these documents will depend on their language and how they were signed (under duress, which out a chance for review, etc).
This depends on what relatives you have living. If you do not have a will or other estate planning documents then Washington statutes will govern. Typically, your children or parents would recieve your house. They can refinance and get their name on the loan or your estate can look at selling the home.