My initial thought is that this is a real problem.
Er - but you have a solicitor, so isn''t it up to him to advise you ?
This is not the usual situation. The usual is that the spouses live together in the FMH.
Normally, if there is a danger of bankruptcy, the name of the game for the spouse is to get an order before the spouse goes bankrupt. If this is not done, any property adjustment order will be void.
Your own share in the property where you currently live should not be affected, and in practice you would be offered the chance to buy it - but if you can''t afford to, that is small comfort.
I''ve never encountered a case where the bankrupt spouse was, or should be, paying maintenance, and whether the bankrupt would be allowed enough to discharge his maintenance obligations. I suppose there must be an answer but I have never come across it. As child support is a statutory obligation, I would expect that he would have to be allowed enough to pay it, just as he would be allowed enough to pay his Council tax.
The one crumb of comfort I can offer is that, if you are forced out, you would have a very clear case to be re-housed by the local authority.