An agent is a person or organization that acts on behalf of another person or person and places the interest of its clients above its own, with the duty to maintain loyalty and trust. To be a trustee, you must therefore be obliged, both legally and ethically, to act in the best interests of the other. In the context of a guardian/communal relationship, the guardianship of a minor is transferred to a particular adult. As an agent, the legal guardian`s mission is to ensure that the minor child or child care service is adequately cared for, including the decision to send the minor to school, to ensure that the minor receives appropriate medical care, appropriate disciplines and to ensure that his or her daily well-being remains intact. The possibility of an agent who does not act optimally in the interests of the beneficiary is called “fiduciary risk.” This does not necessarily mean that the agent uses the recipient`s funds for his own benefit; this could be the risk that the agent may not have the best value for the beneficiary. The most common circumstance for which a duty of trust is between an agent, real or legal, and a beneficiary. The agent to which the property is legally bound is the rightful owner – that is, the common law – of all these properties. The beneficiary has no legal right to trust under the law; However, the agent is bound by equity, his own interests and the management of the property for the benefit of the beneficiary. In this way, the beneficiary obtains the operation of the property without being its technical owner.

An agent is any person or institution that has the power to act on behalf of someone else in situations that require the utmost trust, honesty and loyalty. But it is more than the power to act. An agent is also legally obliged to act with confidence and honesty on behalf of those he represents. It must provide the “highest level of care.” It is in fact against the law that an agent betrays that trust. Lawyers may be excluded in the event of a breach of the loyalty requirement. Personal agents, such as the .B the administrator of the estate, may be held liable financially and civilly for acts that do not correspond to your interests or intentions. This person is responsible for taking care of you and your property if the court determines that you are incompetent and that someone else needs to manage your affairs.