What sort of financial advisor are you looking for? I know a bit about the topic but it depends on your needs. Are you looking to clear up debt? Invest? Retirement planning? Make sure you don't accidentally hire someone who gets commission. Those "advisors" get paid to push products that you may not want.
There are many types of firms that will help with financial planning, with a variety levels of experience, hands on, and fees. The general rule for the fees is they will be a percentage of your "holdings under management", and that percentage gets smaller the more money you have with them. Here's one that is unusually transparent with their fee structure: (I haven't used Valeo, but a friend recommends them)
Thanks Patrick, this indeed is refreshing. If someone were to make a lot of money on my behalf I would want them to get paid for their work, I just don't like the conflicting incentives for the advice.