It'll be easy to get the crank off. Will need a thin-enough wrench to remove the left pedal, and a big adjustable wrench and a screwdriver for the left bottom bracket locknut and cone. All have left hand threads. Just pull the whole thing minus the pedal out the right side.
No -- there's a coil spring just behind the collar on the kickstand side. Just compress the spring by whatever means you have at hand by about 1/4", and the pin will pull right out. Like I said, I lay the bike on its side and shove the collar down with a screwdriver. You'll need a third hand since this will usually take all your weight on the screwdriver. You can buy a special tool for the job, but what fun is that?
It will cheap compared to the hospital visit when the screw driver slips off and stabs him in the hand. The plus side is I bought mine like that in the early 1990s for $12 and have used it hundreds of times. Tools like that don't wear out. Roger