Fiduciary obligation exists when a party puts their trust into a professional to provide expertise and perform tasks on behalf of the client. Once the professional agrees to these fiduciary duties, he may not act against the best interest of the client for any reason. The professional must work to the best of his abilities to make sure his client is given the best work. This confidence between client and professional must be protected and the professional must work honestly and diligently to make sure his fiduciary duties are completed for the benefit of the client. If the professional acts against his client or performs tasks for his own personal gain then he would be in breach of his fiduciary duties.