I don't have a front stand or a jack (car has runflats so doesn't come with one) only a rear stand. I'll leave it to the professionals I think, don't want to mess anything up when it comes to the suspension.
Its not hard to do mate, have a look in my sig - you will find a link to replacing your head bearings, its almost exactly the same process minus a few steps.
Loosen the axle pinch bolts both sides
Loosen the axle bolt
Loosen the right hand upper and lower triple clamp pinch bolts, then re-torque the lower only
Loosen the left hand side upper and lower triple clamp, then re-torque the lower only
Remove the upper triple clamp and re-torque the head stem nuts
Re-install the upper triple and re-torque the pinch bolts, put the top stem nut on only hand tight but ensure that the top of the fork tubes sit evenly in the clamp
Loosen the lower triple clamp pinch bolts
Re-torque the top stem nut
Re-torque the lower triple clamp pinch bolts
Re-torque the axle bolt
Re-torque the right hand side axle pinch bolts
Bounce the suspension up and down a few times to seat the axle
Re-torque the left hand side axle pinch bolts
If you lift the front end up this all becomes a lot easier cause you can just loosen everything then do it all back up again, but if you do all of that stuff above you can leave your front end on the ground and get any alignment issues sorted, just make sure that the steering is pointing forward and the bike is on its stand and upright otherwise you will just be chasing your tail.