Supple Law Office, PLLC
PH: (304) 675-6249 | Fax: (304) 675-4372
801 Viand Street, Point Pleasant WV 25550
Supple Law Office
Since 2002, Supple Law Office has provided personalized legal representation in civil cases for clients throughout the area. Located in historic Point Pleasant, WV, we pride ourselves on providing comprehensive support during your local dispute.


While our attorneys have extensive experience in the areas of bankruptcy, financial reorganization, commercial litigation and real estate matters, we are happy to assist you in any legal situation .

Joe M. Supple

Joe is the founding member of Supple Law Office and is well known for his expertise in business workouts, bankruptcy reorganization, and consumer protection. Joe earned a degree in accounting from Marshall University in 1995 and is a Certified Public Accountant. Joe received his law degree from West Virginia University in 1999. After law school, Joe was employed by Ohio Valley Bank as in-house counsel, and from April 2000 to October 2002, served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Ronald G. Pearson, Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of West Virginia. Joe entered private practice in 2002. Joe focuses in the areas of bankruptcy, creditor workouts, financial reorganization, and commercial litigation.
Joe serves on the Board of Directors of Main Street Point Pleasant, the Mason County Community Foundation and Point Pleasant River Museum and attends Trinity United Methodist Church. During his free time, Joe enjoys farming, hunting, fly-fishing, and spending time with his family.

Cary Shinn Supple

Cary Shinn Supple is the managing partner of Supple Law Office. Before obtaining her law degree, Cary attended both West Virginia University and Marshall University where she was graduated with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Mathematics and Elementary Education respectively. After teaching public school for a few years, Cary decided to go on to law school at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Cary's private practice predominantly involves representing debtors through credit workouts, financial reorganization (business and personal), and bankruptcy relief via chapters 7, 11, 12 & 13. Cary is also the appointed Fiduciary Commissioner for Mason County, West Virginia presiding over probate issues since January 2014. The remainder of her practice reaches estate planning, estate administration, eminent domain, and appointed guardian ad litem work within juvenile abuse and neglect cases. Cary is licensed to practice law in Ohio, West Virginia, and in the United States Federal Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia, as well as, the Southern District of Ohio.
In her free time, Cary enjoys volunteering for the local community in numerous capacities. She is a past President of the Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce, Mason County Bar Association, and Point Pleasant in Bloom. Cary has also held offices in the Mason County Republican Club and Point Pleasant Lions Club. She established and facilitates the Point Pleasant City-Wide Yard Sale, Mason County School of Music, and is a Mason County 4H Cloverbud leader. Cary also attends Trinity United Methodist Church with her husband and three children.


Our paralegals are experienced in all areas of our practice. They are available to provide support any time you need assistance

Beverly Carson Knapp

Beverly is a paralegal at Supple Law Office specializing in bankruptcy. She attended Marshall University in the paralegal program. Previously, Beverly worked in human resources for over 20 years serving as HR Director for 11 years for 150+ employees. At Supple Law Office, Beverly focuses on bankruptcy administration for Chapter 7 and 13, estate planning including wills and directives and creditor workouts.
Beverly serves on the Board of Directors for the Mason County Ambulance Authority and is secretary of the Wahama Alumni Association. She has also served on the Holzer Business Advisory Council and the Bend Area Community Center board. She is a member of the Mason United Methodist Church where she presents the children's message at the Sunday service, teaches Sunday School class, is secretary of the Administrative Council and serves on the Board of Trustees.
In her free time, Beverly enjoys being with her husband and their five children and grandchildren. She lives on a small farm where they have four dogs, five cats and nine horses. She is an avid deer hunter and likes to fish and ride her Ranger.

Erica Martin

Erica is a paralegal at Supple Law Office specializing in bankruptcy, estate planning and probate issues. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in History from the University of Rio Grande. At the University of Rio Grande, she was a member of Phi Alpha Theta a history honor society. Prior to Supple Law Office, Erica was employed as a legal assistant in Huntington, West Virginia.
Erica attends Liberty Chapel Church and in her free time enjoys traveling, participating in 5K's, reading and spending time with her husband and daughter.