Bring financial info, like your most recent tax forms, a list of real property owned, with purchase dates and mortgage balances, retirement accounts/pensions with balances and date opened, any car loans, credit cards with account holder, date opened and balances. Assuming you have nothing fancy going on like companies you own, the L will have a pretty good idea of what your settlement will look like.
If your kids (if any) are on your health insurance, try to find out how much you pay compared to how much for the single plan. That's usually factored into the child support calculations. If they're on hers, and she will be primary residential, tell the L that. If they're on hers and you're primary residential, you'll need the same info for her plan.
Best thing to do is to get a feel for the L's personality, whether his/her style suits you, and the type of stbx you have. Some stbxs want to get out asap and will just agree to everything, and some are NPD jackasses who will fight you over everything. If you have the latter, you'll want a more aggressive attorney.
[This message edited by roughroadahead at 9:20 AM, June 5th (Wednesday)]