With the economic upheaval rocking the world right now, not many people can afford to lose a few hundred or a few thousand dollars – especially when you've trusted your reserves and retirement to a professional.
Second, check to see if a termination fee is involved upon severing your relationship with the advisor and transferring your savings and investments elsewhere. These fees may be charged by the advisor themselves, the investment funds they chose for you, or both.
Second, you can find a new financial advisor. If you want someone to guide you through the process, you'll want to hire a new financial advisor you can trust. Consider hiring a fiduciary “fee-only” financial advisor.