What are the retention periods for legal documents?

Having a good records management strategy is essential for Law firms owing to the vast number of sensitive documents that they handle, which may include various forms of agreements, instructions, and case notes, among other things.

The general consensus is that the minimum legal document retention time for most types of records should be at least six years, as this is the primary limitation period under the Limitation Act of 1980. Other legal documents, on the other hand, must be retained for a period of at least 15 years or more.

Some businesses will keep all of their records in order to be prepared for any potential problems in the future. However, this strategy can take up a lot of physical space, and it can be time-consuming and expensive to properly sort and preserve documents. This is where having a working grasp of more specific legal records keeping laws can be extremely beneficial.

This short guide will emphasise some of the most important aspects of legal document preservation that you should be aware of, and it should serve as a reminder of the kind of papers that you should maintain.

Legal records that must be retained for a period of at least six years

As previously stated, many legal documents should be kept for a period of six years, as this is the principal limitation period under the 1980 Limitation Act. This includes records pertaining to the following:

  • Crime
  • Immigration
  • Litigation in County Court
  • Debt collection

Legal records that must be retained for a period of at least fifteen years

Certain files should be kept for a period of 15 years, in accordance with the long-stop provision of section 14B of the Limitation Act of 1980. These documents are pertinent in circumstances where claims may be asserted outside the principal limitation period. This includes records pertaining to the following:

  • Children and family matters
  • Commercial transactions
  • Financial Services
  • Matrimonial matters
  • Commercial property
  • Property sales
  • Residential property purchases
  • Probate
  • Sales of leasehold properties
  • Employment
  • Personal injury

Legal records that must be retained for longer than 15 years

Other more critical files should be retained for a longer period of time than 15 years – ideally, they will not be discarded at all. These records include the following:

  • Change of name
  • Company formation
  • Court of Protection
  • Declaration of trust
  • Patents/intellectual property matters
  • Pension schemes
  • Lasting power of attorney and enduring power of attorney
  • Wills

Deeds and Wills storage

Only original wills and deeds are legally binding, which is why it is critical to have the originals safely stored. Wills are subject to modification and updating over time, but the most recent version will be used in court to divide an estate. Additionally, original deeds may contain other information that may be beneficial in the event of a dispute, such as legal borders and the prior owner.

Different law firms will have varying practises on how long they retain an original will or deed, with some holding it permanently while others retain it for a finite period (30 years from creation, for example). Whatever the rule, it is critical that it is communicated clearly to the customer and organised in such a way that records retrieval is made simple when necessary.

Possession of legal files

Prior to destroying a legal document, it is necessary to ascertain who owns the document’s contents. The majority of records will contain documents that are yours and those that belong to the client or third parties. Documents in your custody on behalf of a customer or a third party must be handled precisely according to their instructions – not yours.

Safe storage

Working with a dedicated document storage specialist such as Flexible Storage Solutions third-party document storage provider can assume the responsibility for document retention on your behalf, ensuring that you are compliant with all applicable rules and have access to your papers at any time. To learn more about our services, visit our website. If you wish to learn more about storage solutions and related topics, visit our blog.

Why choose Flexible Storage Solutions

There are so many storage companies on the market. So why should you choose us over hundreds of other companies? As you are aware, selecting organisations with whom you can establish a long-term connection and rely on can be a challenging task. Here are some of the reasons why choosing us is a good decision for your business.

Our ethos

We consider our work to be more than simply a job; we take great pride in the solutions we offer for our customers. We endeavour to provide services to a high level of excellence to ensure client satisfaction. At Flexible Storage Solutions we strive to reach the highest standards of quality.

Our experience

Flexible storage was established in 2005. Since then, a lot has happened. We have served hundreds of clients at our state-of-the-art storage facilities. The level of service we offer has resulted in us building a great reputation and a strong client base. We have learnt a lot along the way which helps us provide you with the best possible services every day.

Friendly advice and assistance

We want your storage experience to be as stress-free and flexible as possible, which is why we’re always available to make sure you’re satisfied with your unit and that you’re getting the most out of your new storage facility. Our friendly customer service team are available to resolve any issues you face whilst utilising our self-storage, archive storage or confidential waste services. Issues are unlikely but if they do arise, we will solve them as soon as we possibly can.


At flexible storage solutions, we take safety very seriously. This why we have put in place many security protocols to make sure that our clients, our employees, and everything that we store are always safe. Our storage premises are fireproof, waterproof, and monitored by CCTV 24/7. But our security processes don’t stop there! We also care about your data. We are fully GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliant and make it our mission to be the securest option for all your needs. You may rest easy knowing that your belongings are in good hands thanks to our top-notch security.


Over the years we have created many strong relationships with clients in all sorts of industries. From healthcare to law firms to global freight, we have been chosen by the best professionals out there. When you sign up with Flexible Storage Solutions, you are in good hands.


No hidden costs or charges. We believe in being upfront with fees and costs which is why we will always inform you of any changes to your account. You are in total control, always.


We are easy to work with. No fuss and no nonsense, we focus on providing you with exactly what you need. We are dedicated to delivering exceptional service. If you would like to find out more about how we could support your business, please contact our team.

How to correctly dispose of WEEE waste

What is WEEE?

WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. This term covers most electrical products that are battery or plug operated. This includes products such as:

  • Hard drives containing sensitive information.
  • IT and telecommunications equipment such as monitors, servers, keyboards and printers.
  • Household equipment such as TVs, radios and video cameras and musical instruments.
  • Electrical and electronic tools such as drills, sewing machines and nail guns.
  • Solar panels
  • Lighting equipment such as straight fluorescent lamps and compact fluorescent lamps.
  • Medical devices such as dialysis machines, ventilators, monitoring appliances and radiotherapy equipment


You can find a comprehensive list here.

Why is WEEE recycling important?

In the last 10 years, technology has evolved very quickly. We are now surrounded by amazing smart-phones, tablets, TVs, laptops and other gadgets that we use on a daily basis. The dark side of this is the fast technology turnaround that it creates, resulting in a large amount of obsolete products that end up in the landfil.

Not only does this lead to waste cannot be reused, it also has to be transported and takes up a lot of space. Furthermore, it can result in harmful metals soaking into landfill soils and polluting water supplies.

How do I get rid of unwanted WEEE?

Households and businesses in the UK throw away an estimated 2 million tonnes of WEEE goods each year. As a result WEEE recycling has turned into a specialised field within the waste and recycling industry. It is a fast developing sub-sector, thanks to the 2006 WEEE Regulations. These regulations have the objective of limiting the amount of WEEE and their harmful components ending up in landfill. 

Under the WEEE regulations, householders have a duty to dispose of their electrical waste in the correct manner. This means that if electrical or electronic equipment has a crossed out wheelie bin symbol on it, you should not dispose of in your household bin.

There are a few different ways to safely dispose of unwanted WEEE including recycling schemes, confidential waste collection and council recycling systems.

1- Retail return recycling

To avoid WEEE being disposed off incorrectly by consumers, the 2006 WEEE regulations stipulate that producers and retailers are responsible for collecting, repurposing or disposing of electrical and electronic equipment brought back by businesses and individuals. This means that distributors have to offer to consumers a take-back system where WEEE items can be disposed of free of charge. Retailers and producers will recuperate your WEEE free of charge and will also take old appliances when you are purchasing a new one.

2-Council Recycling system

Another way to dispose of WEEE is to bring your unwanted technology to your local recycling centre for free disposal. You can find more information on your local council’s website, as the services offered will depend on your local authority.

3-Professional WEEE recycling service

If you have a large amount of WEEE waste that needs to be correctly disposed of then you can contact a waste management company. Here at Flexible Storage, we offer ad-hoc as well as regular collections from offices or home offices to dispose of confidential waste. This includes electrical equipment, sensitive documents and data tapes. To find out more about how we can support your business, please contact our team.

If you wish to learn more, the Department for Innovation and Skills has issued Government Guidance Notes (PDF) that provide more information on the WEEE Regulations.

What do I need to do with my practices old medical records?

What do I need to do with my practices old medical records

Medical practices in the UK are required to store medical records for long periods of time, which can make storage a bit of a challenge, especially for smaller practices. NHS standards mean long periods of retention for most medical records including notes, medical records and legal documents in case they are needed in the future.

How to decide which records to dispose of and which to store?

As mentioned above, most medical records are required to be stored for long periods of time, so it is vital you correctly identify which documents can be disposed of and which require storage.

Categorising paperwork is the easiest way to begin the process of deciding what can be disposed of and what needs to be kept. Any materials that can be categorised as financial, meeting minutes or marketing material should be able to be disposed of without hassle. We do recommend utilising a certified confidential waste disposal service when disposing of and shredding to ensure you maintain patient confidentiality and comply with GDPR policies.

Patient records are usually required to be stored safely and accessibly for the duration of the patient’s life, and in some cases for up to 10 years after death. You can use a range of government tools to cross-reference information including the government’s Will and Probate Search. If you are a small practice, it is likely you won’t have the physical storage space to safely store all documentation. This is why we offer medical archive storage as well as providing you with medical storage boxes also known as ‘Lloyd George’ storage boxes.

Can Flexible Storage Solutions store my practice’s old medical documents?

Yes, here at Flexible Storage we offer medical archive storage solutions to make the storage of your documents simple and reduce the amount of paperwork stored on-site at your practice. We store medical records using Lloyd George records boxes, these boxes have been used for years in the UK and provide secure storage of confidential medical records and documents. 

Our team have years of experience safely and securely storing medical records. Our file management system is fully GDPR-compliant and gives you online to access to manage and retrieve medical documents stored at our facility from your desk.

Can Flexible Storage Solutions destroy my practice’s old medical documents?

At Flexible Storage, we offer a confidential waste service, meaning that we can indeed dispose of any obsolete medical documents. We can facilitate the secure destruction of your confidential medical waste through our fully licensed, GDPR-compliant partner. Our service guarantees that your documents will be professionally shredded, and each destruction will come with full certification for peace of mind.

To find out more about our medical archive storage and medical confidential waste disposal services, contact our team.

Why should I use a confidential waste disposal service for my business?

Confidential Waste Disposal Service For My Business

As the UK slowly moves towards a new normal and many begin their gradual return to the office, it may be time to consider how you dispose of your confidential waste and whether there is a more efficient way to do so. This blog will outline the reasons why a confidential waste disposal service could be the right solution for your business.

Our business has decided to introduce hotdesking, how can we implement a clean desk policy?

Although restrictions in the UK have started to lift, many businesses are still choosing to limit the occupancy of their office to allow for social distancing and to minimise contact. Many staff members are now working to rota systems and hotdesking with the rest of their team. Hotdesking comes with many benefits as well as some flaws, one of those being the need for clean desk policies. Gone are the days of leaving your files on your desk or in your desk drawers, this is where a confidential waste disposal service can help.

Flexible Storage Solutions’ confidential waste disposal service includes collection of confidential waste. Your confidential documents will be collected by a member of our vetted team in one of our GPS tracked vehicles, for complete peace of mind that your documents are being transported securely. Confidential documents will then be sent to our licensed waste management partner for secure shredding. 

As an added bonus, your documents will be recycled and turned into toilet paper that is used across the UK. So not only will our service help implement your clean desk policy, but it also helps your business comply with any environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility policies you may have.

Once your documents have been securely disposed of, you will receive certification of destruction.

Can you assure me that my documents are in safe hands?

We understand how important it is to know that your confidential documents are being handled correctly. That’s why all of our staff are fully vetted, and DBS checked, our vehicles are GPS tracked, and we implement a number of policies to ensure confidential waste is dealt with securely.

Our processes are fully GDPR-compliant, and Flexible Storage Solutions is both ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 accredited. You can find out more about the ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 accreditations in our blog, read it here.

How often can my confidential document waste be collected?

At Flexible Storage Solutions, we know things don’t always go to plan, so offer both a monthly and ad-hoc confidential waste collection service. By offering both monthly and ad-hoc collections, we can tailor a confidential waste collection service that suits your business’s needs. We also supply confidential waste bins, so you won’t need to interact with any other company apart from the team at Flexible Storage Solutions.

If you would like to discuss how our confidential waste disposal service can support your business, please contact our team on 0800 652 1117 or complete our online contact form and our team will be in touch. 

Preparing to return for the office after lockdown

Preparing to return for the office after lockdown

For many of us, it has been a very long time since we were last in the office. Covid-19 has meant the majority of the UK workforce have turned kitchens, bedrooms and garden buildings into home offices. As restrictions begin to lift and we begin to return to some form of normality, there are a few things to consider when preparing to bring your team back into the office.


As your employees return to the office, some form of social distancing is likely to remain in place and as a result of the pandemic your team are probably going to want a little more distance between them and their colleagues. 

The needs for more space between desks could leave you with surplus furniture, of course you won’t want to dispose of the furniture so you will be looking for storage. At Flexible Storage Solutions we offer secure self-storage at our storage facility. Our storage facility is fire and waterproof, has 24/7 CCTV surveillance and on-site staff giving you complete peace of mind that your furniture is safe and secure, ready for whenever you may need it.

Destruction or storage of confidential documents

A return to the office means there will be confidential documents on site once again, it is paramount that documents are stored or disposed of correctly. This is particularly important for those in financial, legal and medical sectors. 

At Flexible Storage Solutions we offer a range of options to ensure your documents are handled correctly. We offer a complete confidential waste disposal service that includes a scheduled or ad-hoc collection from your office, secure transfer of your documents for destruction and a certificate of destruction. Our confidential waste disposal service is fully GDPR compliant and all of our staff are vetted and trained to the highest standards. We also offer confidential waste bins with flexible contracts to support the implementation of clean desk policies.

Perhaps you don’t need to dispose of your confidential documents yet and instead need somewhere to securely store them. If this is the case, we recommend utilising our archive storage service which includes collection, indexing and tracking your documents. We also offer a document scanning service that allows instant retrieval and copies of your archived documents, this service uses our secure online file management system to ensure an efficient system for tracking and recording documents.

Safety protocols

As a business owner, you will likely need introduce some new safety protocols for your team, whether it’s a new health and safety assessment or a social distancing policy. You may also wish to implement new first aid and mental health training. There are lots of great places for information and we are always happy to discuss how we can help support your business.

For more information on any of our services please contact us on 0800 652 1117 or use our online contact form.

Why You Should Shred Your Obsolete Documents

There is a lot of waste that can be classed as confidential waste. Documents or devices that contain data about customers, supplier and employee paperwork are all confidential and should be disposed of correctly, also data that includes any form of financial data, business plans, branding and marketing strategies is also waste that must be disposed of securely. Disposal of confidential waste has become an integral part of operations for many businesses today. It’s the simplest way to protect sensitive business data and could be essential for ensuring legal compliance. If you don’t yet have a shredding system in place – or a reliable shredding partner – here are some good reasons why it’s time to start shredding your obsolete documents.

Shredding ensures your business is compliant.

The key piece of legislation here is the GDPR, which arrived in 2018 and introduced significant penalties for businesses not properly protecting data. It’s now essential for any organisation to have processes in place that ensure effective destruction of anything that contains data, whether that’s staff names and email addresses or customer bank details – shredding is the most effective way to comply.

One in five data breaches still involves paper.

Identity theft and fraud are most likely to result from paper thefts but it doesn’t end there. Information such as passwords, personal data and IP addresses discarded in documents can help to facilitate a digital data breach too.

Total destruction is guaranteed.

The shredding process is one that leaves no room for documents to be reassembled and for data to be mined from them. Every document is shredded into very small pieces pieces at high speed. Working with a shredding partner will ensure that your obsolete documents are quickly dealt with on a regular basis and not sitting around leaving the business vulnerable.

Shredding extends beyond just documents.

While shredding is the best option for your obsolete documents it doesn’t stop there – you can also use it for textiles, hard drives, USB sticks or SIMs so that no one can get hold of the data that these may contain and use it against the business or to mine data from.

A clear audit trail.

Shredding with a reliable shredding partner such as Flexible Storage, will provide you with certified proof that document destruction has taken place. You will be able to show a clear audit trail when it comes to obsolete documents, whether that is for the purposes of compliance, investigation or demonstrating improved corporate social responsibility.

Options for a more cost-effective approach.

If you work with an on-site shredding partner then you can minimise your operational expenses when it comes to data destruction. Your internal resources and people are freed up to add value elsewhere and you don’t need to factor any of the costs of shredding internally into your budget.

Improving environmental commitment.

All confidential waste is shredded and sent to licensed UK-only paper mills to be recycled into tissue and other paper products. Zero per cent of our waste is sent to landfill. For every tonne of paper waste recycled, approximately 17 trees are saved. Meaning that you can improve your green commitments considerably simply by working with a shredding partner able to ensure that your shredding waste is disposed of in a sustainable way.

Shredding your obsolete documents makes a lot of sense, not just in terms of cost savings and improving security but also when it comes to ensuring that the business is legally compliant and demonstrating environmental commitments too.

Our service is here to help provided secure disposal the minute we leave your premises. We provide a range of services, from secure document shredding to confidential waste disposal bins, we have the knowledge and experience to ensure all of your confidential documents and items are securely destroyed in compliance with data protection.

Find out more about our shredding services by calling the team today on 0800 652 1117 or alternatively you can request an online quote here.

Preparing For The 4th July

Drink anyone?

So this is it!  After the government’s announcement allowing pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers to reopen on the 4th July, is your business prepared?

Even though the Prime Minister has said that ideally, people should remain 2 metres apart, a 1 metre plus policy has been introduced. 

Dinner is served

Have you, as a restaurant or pub considered the impact on your current layout?  In pubs and restaurants, it’s not just about leaving at least a 1m gap between tables, but you will also need to consider allowing space for people to pass between those tables. Perhaps heading to the bathroom or the bar.  Will a one way system need to be introduced? 

With the new guidance suggesting that pubs and restaurants will all become table service, the spacing of your tables and chairs will become critical.  Will you still adhere to the 2m policy, or try to get as many customers in as possible with the 1m plus rule?

More so than ever, your business is going to have a surplus of furniture.

Haircut Sir?

As a hairdresser, will you have to think about installing screens between clients, whilst also allowing you space to manoeuvre around them?  Space in most salons is at a premium as it is, with workspace, reception space and rooms for your stock.  What is going to happen with the additional chairs that will need to be moved out of the way for people to work safely?

Don’t feel the need to rush and sell your surplus furniture though.

At Flexible Storage Solutions, we have the space for you! 

Our Self Storage for Business Use, can give you the temporary storage space you’re looking for during the ongoing pandemic and social distancing rules.  We can offer short-term rolling contracts, giving you the flexibility you need in these uncertain times. When social distancing rules are lifted further, you may require some of your stock back. With our contracts you can rent more or less storage as needed.  With space being at such a premium in London and the South-East, and commercial prices being so high, allow us to give you the flexibility to use only the space you need and for the exact amount of time you need it.

Rules and guidance for so many countries is constantly fluctuating, so we can help you by providing the space you need.  We all have to hope one day that Covid-19 will be a thing of the past, allowing daily life to continue as it was before.  But who knows if social distancing will be the new normality for so many of us.  By renting storage space from us, you know your goods are in safe hands.

Our storage facilities offer a higher level of security than traditional lock-ups provide.  With 24/7 CCTV surveillance and on-site staff coupled with industrial strength locks, your know your goods are well protected.  We make it easy for you to gain access to your items when needed, with access-controlled gates, using unique codes and phone number recognition, making is as convenient as possible to allow you access to your storage items.

And in a world where a pandemic isn’t enough of a worry, be sure that our containers are also fire and waterproof.

Clean Desk Policy

Clean desk policies were initially introduced to ensure workspaces were clutter free, making them great looking spaces – ones that would also help increase productivity.  It allowed flexibility of working spaces, making sure desks weren’t purely owned by one person.

With the implementation of GDPR in 2018, it became even more imperative to have a clean desk policy to help keep companies GDPR compliant – ensuring confidential files and information weren’t seen by prying eyes or falling into the wrong hands. 

And now in 2020, a clean desk policy is now imperative – not only to make your business and office compliant with GDPR legislation, but also to make it more hygienic.  If your desk is cluttered with paperwork, post-it notes, mugs and other personal possessions, how can you ensure everything is thoroughly cleaned at the end of the day, ready for any of your staff to use it the following day.

But I’m still working from home – why would I need a clean desk policy?

A clean desk policy doesn’t only relate to those people who are now back in the office.  It’s now becoming clearer that many companies will be adopting new work from home policies for their staff post lockdown.

If you’re one of the many professionals that is still able to work from home, a clean desk policy is not just there simply to provider a clearer space for cleaning.

What would happen if you were to leave a confidential file at home on your desk, and the worst happened – you were broken into and that file was taken?  What would be the legal stance for you, or your company in terms of GDPR?

What if you leave important documents on the kitchen counter and coffee was spilled on them – those ones being the only copy to work from – what do you do?

What if you have an important video call with a colleague or a client and private documents are on display?

A clean desk policy will help you organise your work space – reducing your stress and giving you that peace of mind you need.  With some simple organisation, you can save time finding important documents and know that when you don’t need them, they’re safe and GDPR compliant.

With Flexible Storage Solutions we can offer you Business Document Storage, Financial Document Storage, Legal Document Storage and Medical Document Storage.  We’re fully compliant with GDPR data protection regulations, so you’re in the safest possible hands.  With our online file management service, we can index all of your business documents to make it easy for you to track and retrieve any of your files in storage, allowing you to have your space back at home and adhere to your clean desk policy…..and if the mood takes you, you can give your own workspace a quick wipe down!

The dreaded return to work

So working from home was your dream – no more early starts, the freedom to work in your pyjamas and avoiding the dreaded commute!!

Then lockdown began to ease…

In light of the current situation surrounding Covid-19, it is now more important than ever for those companies who are already open, or beginning to reopen, to implement a clean desk policy, not only for the security of documents but for your own staffs health and safety.

At Flexible Storage Solutions we can help you with the hire of our confidential waste disposal bins.  You can ensure maximum hygiene standards are maintained at all times in the office. A simple slot in the top of the bin allows you to simply drop the documents in, leaving yourself and the bin virus free.  No more office shredders, being operated by multiple people all day. 

We’ll ensure contactless deliveries and collections and replace the waste disposal bags when it’s convenient for you.  GDPR compliance is adhered to at every level; drivers and staff are vetted and DBS checked and your confidential waste has a certificate of destruction for every batch!

The New Normal For Legal Staff

For years now, the push for businesses to implement ‘’work from home policies’’ and practices has been a conversation piece that’s never really taken off. The legal profession is typically slow to change, but being forced into the situation by the global pandemic, it has become clear that legal work can be done effectively and efficiently whilst working from a home office, or the kitchen table.

Due to coronavirus, working from home has rapidly become the chosen way of doing business for many industries, including the law. According to a new study involving legal staff, nearly two thirds  of those who took part want to continue working from home after the lockdown restrictions are lifted. A third stating that not having to commute to the office was the top motivator, followed by not having to sit through so many meetings and a fifth cited the cost saving of not having to travel in daily.

What Happens Post-Lockdown?

Through talking to individuals within the legal profession, it has become clear that work from home policies are indeed going to outlast the pandemic, with many offices remaining empty and even closing, saving on rent, cleaning, parking and more. With this in mind, there are certain aspects of the working from home situation that requires a lot of care around handling confidential documents and the storing of these files.

Having access to a cloud based documentation is great and is very secure, however having physical copies of documentation around the house can cause its own problems. From family having access to the workspace where you complete your work, to the prying eyes and hands of children that can easily misplace something that they may have knocked off your desk or kitchen counter. Storing these documents at home can be overwhelming and can lead to your home office feeling cluttered and disorganised. Admin at home can be a large task too, with the cataloguing and managing of the legal records that you have started to accrue, this can be very time consuming, not to mention frustrating.

Adhering To GDPR Regulations

Legal documents should be securely stored but easily accessible, as some files such as wills will have to be retrieved at an indeterminate point in the future. The introduction of GDPR regulations in 2018 have made it more important than ever to ensure all of your legal documents, files, contracts and records are appropriately stored and easily retrieved.

At Flexible Storage Solutions, we collect, index and store all of your documents and legal records in our specialist archiving centre. Our storage services can be tailored to your specific needs and range from will storage to long-term ‘deep storage’ to an online file management service that gives you full access to manage and retrieve documents via the Flexible Storage Solutions website.

Legal Document Destruction And Confidential Waste

Legal documents and records can build up very quickly. Any files that are no longer useful or have exceeded their retention period will need to be securely destroyed. Do you have a confidential waste bin? Or are some legal documents ending up in a see through recycling bag that goes outside on a certain day of the week? Having a confidential waste bin located in your home office is a great way to ensure that the most sensitive of information and documentation is dealt with in the correct manner. Our team can arrange collection of the bins on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis dependent on your needs

At Flexible Storage Solutions, we can ensure that your confidential documents are professionally shredded with our fully licensed partner company, certification will be issued after every destruction.

By taking advantage of our legal document storage services, you can securely store, track, dispose of and manage all of your legal files without worrying about finding the space in your home office to keep them.