Of the options you have provided, the first is the best as the syncopation is clearest. But you'd probably want make the final note in the upper staff tied across the bar line (so that it gets played with the same length as all the other notes).
It is not explained why you have two staves in bass clef, or why this passage of notes is represented jumping between staves. There could be a good reason for this, but perhaps there isn't — as one hand can play this passage alone.
Changing all of the crotchets (quarter notes) to quavers (eighth notes) will makes a difference to how it sounds, (which might not be what you want to hear), but it certainly clarifies the rhythm.
Here are four more options using only quavers, all of which I would suggest are much more clear than the options you have provided:
The second option (my preference) is nice as it gets rid of all the visually noisy rests, and keeps the ascending and descending chromatic voices (hands) separated.
The third option (my other preference) is perhaps the easiest to read, but doesn't separate the voices in any way — this leaves the choice whether to use one or two hands up to the performer (which could be a good thing).