What type of bankruptcy should I file? Once you determine that filing for bankruptcy is in your best interest, you'll have to decide which type of bankruptcy to file, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. That answer will depend on the particulars of your case. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages that your attorney can explain to you.
How much is this going to cost? Get an estimate from the attorney on how much your case will cost in total, including court fees, attorney fees, and unexpected fees (if an unexpected hiccup or two happens in your case along the way). Get an idea of what situations cause higher fees and whether the lawyer sees any potential complications in your particular case. Also, ask about a flexible payment plan if you're too financially strapped to file for bankruptcy.
How long is the process? Definitely ask about the timeline of a bankruptcy case. Ask when your case will be filed, the basic steps in the process, and a general estimate of when you can expect the case to be resolved.
Are there any red flags in my case? If you've done anything prior to your case that the court might consider a bankruptcy no-no -- such as "gifting" an asset to a family member or friend or making pricey purchases you knew you couldn't realistically pay back -- definitely ask about those issues. Ask about other potential issues he or she notices that could affect your bankruptcy eligibility.