This forum frequently receive posts by Bogleheads who want to help friends and relatives with their portfolios. My suggestion is to say "No." Here's why:
* You do not have the qualifications and experience of a full-time professional adviser.
* Many people do not understand how investing works. They may have unreasonable expectations.
* Expect others to say your suggested portfolio is inferior.
* During periods of underperformance, you will feel responsible.
* ALL stocks and bonds have periods of underperformance. You will be blamed.
* When your recommended investments have periods of underperformance (all do) your relationship could be irrevocably damaged.
Give your friend or relative a good book on investing. This will help them understand successful investing. If you select The Bogleheads' Guide to the Three-Fund Portfolio, all royalties will go to "The John C. Bogle Center For Financial Literacy".
After reading a good book on investing, those you want to help will be ready to self-invest -- or know enough to select a good professional advisor.
Jack Bogle's Words of Wisdom: "Yes, investing is simple. But it is not easy, for it requires discipline, patience, steadfastness, and that most uncommon of all gifts, common sense."