However, times may be the changing. In a recent decision, the 9th Circuit recently ruled that a legal software vendor engaged in the unauthorized practice of law.
The suit, Frankfort Digital Services v. Kistler (In re: Reynoso), arose out of a bankruptcy proceeding, during which the petitioner paid to use browser-based software that prepared his bankruptcy petition based on information he provided. For the full article, click here.
Could this court ruling also be applicable to brick and mortar document preparation operations such as We The People?