Welcome to BP @Encsi Balla !
Can you be more specific with your question? Imagine this: A year from now you are really happy because you found the perfect financial advisor for you. What is it s/he helped you to accomplish that has you so happy?
@Encsi Balla I second @Paul Allen advice. Before looking for an advisor you must understand what you are looking for in an advisor. The quality of the answers you get is based on the quality of questions you ask.
I would suggest leveraging resources like BP and Google in developing your investment criteria, goals, objectives and constraints.
Local networking with experienced investors will also accelerate your progress as you can learn by avoiding their mistakes.