DuValle v. DuValle
In DuValle v. DuValle, 348 So. 2d 1067, 1069 (Ala. Civ. App. 1977) the parties entered into an agreement which provided, in part, "Frank L. DuValle shall not be required to make any other payments, whether as alimony, support, maintenance, or other allowance, for the benefit of said Elizabeth S. DuValle," except as provided in the agreement. DuValle, at 1068.
The agreement also provided "'Except as herein expressly provided, said Elizabeth S. DuValle shall have no claims or rights against said Frank L. DuValle for alimony, dower, homestead, maintenance, support, or other allowance.'" Id.
Despite these provisions, the court held the trial court erred in dismissing the wife's motion to increase her alimony payments because the evidence indicated the agreement was not integrated. Id. at 1070.