The latest episode of the AZ Big Podcast with Michael & Amy has officially dropped. Episode 27’s guest is Tonya MacBeth, shareholder at Burch & Cracchiolo. She talks with Michael and Amy about the importance of closely watching and considering what is posted on your social media accounts when going to through divorce and custody proceedings.

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About Tonya MacBeth:

Bio: Tonya graduated from the University of Arizona in 1991 and Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law in 2005, with the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award and Pro Bono Service Award.  During law school she won the regional American Bar Association’s Representation in Mediation Competition, placing second in the national and twice winning the Western Region competition. Tonya took first place in the Client Counseling Competition and was a two-year member of the ASU Trial Advocacy Team.  While a student attorney in the Civil Justice Clinic, she had the privilege of successfully representing her client at the Arizona Court of Appeals.

About AZ BIG Podcast with Michael & Amy:

Hosted by AZ Big Media Editor in Chief Michael Gossie and Publisher Amy Lindsey, we take you behind-the-scenes of some of the most compelling storylines in the Grand Canyon State. The AZ Big Podcast will feature guests from a variety of industries, including legal, real estate, hospitality, athletics and more. Each episode will be about 15 minutes long to provide quick and concise information about each topic. In other words, it’s an easy listen that’s perfect for your morning or afternoon commute. Episodes will post weekly on Wednesdays and are available wherever you listen to your podcasts.