http://openjurist.org/477/f3d/1117/reynoso-v-lBased on the link provided above please read and answer the following questions.1.did the court say that a software program can engage in the practice of law? what do you think of this idea?2. do you think that the outcome would have been different if the advertising for the sofware had not made claims about expertise? was this an important factor?3. under the bankruptcy statutes petition preparers are required to include their names on petitions. why d you think that this provision was included in the bankruptcy law?4. what would a court decide if a bankruptcy petition preparer used anther companys software to help petitioners fill in forms?5. what are the ramifications of this decision for other legal software providers? How is this different from software to prepare a will or a divorce? what might companies that provide this software do to protect against UPL (unauthorized practice of law ) claims?