This is an appeal from a summary judgment granted a former husband in an action by the wife wherein she sought an increase in periodic alimony payments. The divorce decree included a contract between the parties which provided for a property settlement and monthly alimony payments to the wife. This contract, which was also attached as an exhibit to the notion for summary judgment, provided in part: "Except as herein provided, neither party shall have any claim against the other for any reason whatsoever." Held:
This language is equally as strong as the language held in Grizzard v. Grizzard, 224 Ga. 42 (159 SE2d 400)
and Ferris v. Ferris, 227 Ga. 465 (181 SE2d 371)
, to bar any increase in monthly alimony payments. Under such decisions, the judgment of the trial court sustaining the former husband's motion for summary judgment must be affirmed.