Ethics note: When one prepares a legal document for a client, even pursuant to an unbundled services agreement, your state likely requires a "prepared by counsel" note and signature. Failure to do so can lead to allegations of fraud on the court and ghostwriting, along with disciplinary proceedings.
Unless that document you prepped only required you to be a scrivener.
John Hood Jr. was the not-client. He filed a pro se Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition, possibly in bad faith to stall a foreclosure. When his customers expressed worries about whether they could continue to do business with someone entering bankruptcy, he claimed ignorance and told the court that he'd never filed the petition. The court didn't buy it, calling it a case of "buyer's remorse," as Hood's signature was all over the forms, in close proximity to the word "bankruptcy," which was used many times throughout the standardized forms.