Just unbolt the wheel hub from the axle. Remove the tire, rim, hub, and wheel weight in one piece. Fairly awkward but you can roll the tire around to get it out of the way. Tire, rim, hub, and wheel weight are the heaviest part of the task.
Final will be the next heaviest piece. Might help to have a shop crane or stout assistant - although I can remove and install the final without assistance.
Be sure and use all safety precautions, including wedging the front axle.
Time wise, good guess would be 3 to 4 hours labor, working by yourself. And depending on equipment and facilities.
Above is the how to section of this site. Read down the list. About 3/4 the way down is a how to on brakes.