You will sign various papers at closing including affidavits prepared by the closing attorney and (if you’re the buyer), documents prepared by the lender. If you’re the seller, you’ll sign a deed and various affidavits. But you don’t typically have to provide any paperwork yourself. That’s the lawyer’s job. You just show up with funds to close (if you’re the buyer) and photo ID, and you should be set. But call the lawyer before closing and ask!