Real Estate Tax Attorney
Glen Schwarzschild's law practice concentrates in the areas of real estate, real estate tax appeals, land use, small business representation, commercial litigation, commercial transactions, and related matters.
Glen-David Schwarzschild is a real estate tax attorney and has an active general commercial law practice, consisting of both transactional and commercial litigation matters. His practice concentrates in the areas of real estate, real estate tax appeals, land use, small business representation, commercial litigation, commercial transactions, and related matters. Mr. Schwarzschild joined the firm in 2021 when his Cherry Hill, New Jersey law office merged with High Swartz.
Practicing law since 1985, Glen has an established real estate tax appeal practice both in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has successfully represented local, regional and national corporate property owners and national property tax consulting firms, including Fortune 500 companies, national real estate investment trusts, and regional and national property management companies.
Mr. Schwarzschild earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Delaware in 1979. He obtained his Juris Doctor from Rutgers-Camden School of Law in 1985. He is admitted to practice in federal and state court in New Jersey and in Pennsylvania, and before the United States Supreme Court. Outside of the office, Glen looks forward to mentoring business students at the University of Delaware in his spare time.
Get to Know Real Estate Tax Attorney Glen-David Schwarzschild
- New Jersey, 1985
- Pennsylvania, 1986
- Rutgers-Camden School of Law, J.D., 1985
- University of Delaware, 1979
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