Consider this a public service announcement.
I recently ran into a piece that asks . They never get around to answering the question so I will: you can trust yourself.
After that, everyone else, in some form or fashion, no matter how nice/knowledgeable/friendly they are, can't be completely trusted.
And by "completely trusted" I mean you can't simply hand your financial life over to someone and let them manage it for you. YOU must at least learn the basics of personal finance so you know how to oversee the fundamentals of your own finances. Otherwise you're a sitting duck for people looking to make your money their money.
Fortunately the aren't that difficult to understand. Yes, it will take you some time and effort to learn and apply these principles, but the results you'll get are well worth it.
THEN, once you understand personal finance for yourself, you can work with others (if you want to) to make the most of your money. But at that point you'll know enough that it will be difficult for them to take advantage of you.
Remember that no one cares about your money more than you do (or at least you should). Spend just a bit of time learning about the keys to financial success and you will be well rewarded for it.
To get started, here are a few books I'd recommend you consider:
These are the best of the best in personal finance books IMO and all have benefited me greatly as I've grown my net worth. They will do the same for you.