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Daniel F. Layman Jr., Attorney at Law - Roanoke, VA

555 Professional Arts Building 30 Franklin Road, SW Roanoke, VA 24011- 2423

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Updated: 11/20/2017

Roanoke Real Estate Law Firm


Dan has over 35 years’ experience assisting clients in the areas of real estate law (including commercial and residential purchases, sales and financing; easements; leases and leasing), troubled loan workouts and general commercial, business and corporate law. He has represented both lenders and borrowers, sellers and purchasers, commercial lessors and lessees, and others needing help with finding solutions to real estate and business problems. His offices are conveniently located in downtown R...

About Daniel F. Layman Jr., Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Business & Commercial Law



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555 Professional Arts Building 30 Franklin Road, SW Roanoke, VA 24011- 2423


  • 540-491-9348

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