I would not think the banks attorney would charge you but I would recomend that you seek council to protect yourself in a transaction. There is a reason that most tranasactions have attorney's involved and to help facilitate the closing especialy if something unforseeable should happen during the transaction.
Normally, the sellers' attorney would prepare the deed, you have a conveyance fee, also any balance of taxes and/or water/sewer bill and record the deed. You would have to pay for all these costs. If you do them yourself, you won't have to pay anyone else for their time. However, if someone else is doing it for you, most likely they will want to be compensated for the time and service above and beyond the costs incurred.
As the others have said, I do highly recommend that you seek your own legal counsel, not only to protect your own interests, but to be sure that all the paperwork is prepared correctly. If not, at best you'll have to correct it and incur extra costs in the process hoping that no one feels compelled to seek additional damages or reparation for any fall out that may result.
I used the banks attorney when I bought my own first home and he made a big mistake they caught when I sold it.
Lastly and most importantly the brokerage fee's if you used a agent to represent you or are paying the buyers agents fee.
I highly recommend you retain an attorney. The bank attorney represents the lender and does not have your best interests in mind. Real Estate transactions can get messy even with the best professionals in place. To answer your question, you will have selling costs including but not limited to recording fees and tax stamps.
If you change your mind and would like an attorney consultation, feel free to message me.
Best of luck!