Storch Law Firm is based in Daytona Beach, Florida.  As as land use and real estate law firm; we represent a myriad of clients, including governmental agencies, throughout Central Florida, with an emphasis in Volusia, Brevard and Flagler Counties. As a firm, we pride ourselves on the ability to assist clients; from individuals to large corporations to accomplish their development and real estate goals. Whether it is a variance, rezoning, Planned Unit Development, Development of Regional Impact or a complex real estate transaction; we give our clients the individual attention and support they need to be successful. With thirty years of experience, Glenn D. Storch and his team of attorneys and support staff excel in bringing landowners, local governments and communities together to resolve issues in a timely manner.

Real Property

We have extensive experience assisting our clients with drafting and negotiating virtually every type of real estate document, including leases, contracts, declarations, easements, promissory notes, and security agreements. Our philosophy is to combine a thorough understanding of real estate law with pragmatic, real-life business experience to meet the needs of our clients in a comprehensive, cost-effective manner.

Land Use

We have broad and extensive experience in working with clients on land development projects. Our experience encompasses all the consulting disciplines involved in land development, including traffic, storm water, soils, slopes, environmental (SEPA, critical areas, flooding, and hazardous sites), civil engineering and resource management. We determine the uses that are possible on a parcel of property and identify potential problems a property owner may encounter during the reviewing process. We work closely with each client to understand the client’s objectives and develop strategies for accomplishing those goals efficiently and effectively.


Our attorneys have substantial jury and non-jury trial experience including prosecution and appeals. However, we recognize that litigation is a slow, expensive way of resolving disputes and work to get our clients the results they want by exploring other avenues. In order to better represent our clients with governments and agencies, we do not personally litigate.