If you're sick, seek a doctor.
If your car is in need of major repairs, seek an auto mechanic.
Retirement planning is no different. Seek a professional if you need advice on what you should do.
Professional retirement planners come, for the most part, in two major forms. The first is a fee-based independent planner. For a small fee (small is a relative term here), they'll go through your finances with you and offer advice on what you should do. The second are planners who work for a company. Typically, these planners are selling you on their products and take a small (another relative term here too) percentage of your overall portfolio.
Which is the best for you? Honestly, it's up to you. Interview 3-4 (or more) until you find one that you're comfortable with.