I put in a lot of effort to get a financial review for my partner last year. Unfortunately given the timescale of your decision, I found that the only way was to search out the different advisors and work through the effort of "interviewing" all their approaches until I found one that met mine and whose communications I felt I could understand clearly. Quite a few don't really offer fee-based approaches, because they say people aren't prepared to pay what it really costs for them to gather all the data and discuss your life-intentions to meet the independent financial advisor "rules". There are some. And their "prices" really do vary a lot so there is no quick way to find the right one on that aspect either.I have made being trying to get an appointment with an adviser but no joy yet just to independently review all the figures.
Again, this is just my experience, your mileage may differ on the same journey. I also did my own research and my own "back of an envelope" excel amortisation calculations on how my partner's funds might last in different circumstances. I was very happy with the advisor chosen but unfortunately COVID-19 has meant we had to put the resulting plans largely on hold. Which then resulted in having to take on full-time care of a relative with no social welfare available due to money in the partner's bank accounts...! So always remember, you really cannot predict where life will take you more than a year or two ahead. Live life for now, not for an imaginary golden future.