My method (others will have theirs) jack on the drivers side sill front and support the weight with an axle stand. Loosen but do not remove the oil drain plug. Lower car and then do exactly the same on the passenger side. There up under by the cross member you will see the oil filter pointing down, stupid place really. You may have to remove a plastic cover plate behind the cross member to get up to the filter. With luck it will be hand tight only and a pair (or one rubber glove) as you’ll only get one hand up their to twist it off. Bet you’ll need a filter removal tool though. See other thread on that about oil filters.
Once you’ve got it loose enough to twist off have plenty of cloths available to catch the drips, there will be lots. Before all this place plenty of cloths to catch the drips by the filter and drain plug areas on the floor.
Before removing the filter with drips you can return to the drivers side of the car and remove the drain plug by hand, catch can/bowl in place of course. No need to re jack that side you’ll be able to get to it as the other side is now jack. Get to it from the front of the car. Remove oil filler cap and dipstick to help the drain. Whilst that’s draining go back under and remove the loosened filter.
Cuppa time, return clean up the drain plug, new washer and replace it in the drain pan. Tighten it up with a wrench, you should be able to, enough room. Go back under and replace the new filter, wipe some fresh oil around the rubber seal first. Fill the filter with oil, maybe not quite to the top and insert (upright) under the car and up, careful not to spill any. Job done tighten as much as you can hand tight, I usually nip it up half a turn with my filter tool. Clean up get the car on the ground and fill with oil. You can fill with 4 litres straight off then start the car, let it run then stop and check the level. Top up as needed job done.
Then swear you’ll never do it again, too old for this caper now. That was me BTW.