Adrian Coronado

Following graduation from the University of Texas at Austin (B.S. 2003), Mr. Coronado spent six years serving in the United States Navy. During his time with United States Naval Intelligence, Mr. Coronado learned to speak Russian at the Defense Language Institute, worked in counterterrorism, and deployed during Operation Enduring Freedom. After serving in the military, Mr. Coronado and his wife moved to San Antonio to raise their family and for Mr. Coronado to attend law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law (J.D. Cum Laude 2015).

Since being admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2015, Mr. Coronado has focused his practice on representing property owners associations across the state of Texas. He has experience representing clients in a variety of matters, including assessment collection and foreclosure matters, covenant enforcement, development of property owners associations, drafting and amending governing documents, eviction, contract review and interpretation, and land use and zoning matters.

Membership & Admissions:

  • State Bar of Texas
  • San Antonio Bar Association
  • San Antonio Young Lawyers Association

Practice Areas:

  • Property Owners Association Law
  • Land Use/Zoning
  • Water Law
  • Real Estate


  • University of Texas at Austin (B.S. 2003)
  • Defense Language Institute (A.A. Russian)
  • St. Mary’s University School of Law (J.D. Cum Laude 2015)

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