According to the description of the language in your agreement, you have only cited to the contribution to college portion. Your agreement may include language that details the emancipation or termination of child support which would control this issue.
In order to have a modification of your alimony amount, you must file a motion to modify your property settlement agreement or appeal the order of the court. Your property settlement agreement may contain conditions limiting modification. If the court finds that a changed of circumstances, it will hold a full hearing on need and ability to pay. I recommend that an attorney review the property settlement agreement or court order to advise if any motion or appeal would be beneficial at this time.
There is no rule that requires account numbers. In order to begin drafting a premarital agreement, you’ll each need a complete list of your current assets, debts and income, as well as any health issues you might have.
All insurance including health should be maintained while the divorce is still pending. After the divorce is finalized you are no longer considered a "family" member who can take advantage of the employer-based health insurance policy. If your health is of concern, there may be other options than obtaining a divorce such as a separation agreement. I recommend seeking the advise of an attorney now rather than waiting to be served by your husband.
The Court looks at several factors when determining alimony including, but not limited to: the actual need and ability of the parties to pay, the duration of the marriage, the age and health of the parties, the earning capacities, educational levels, vocational skills, and employability of the parties, etc. However, a good starting point is to use a third of the difference in the parties' gross incomes.
I recommend you hire an attorney to draft the consent order. It is an agreement between you and your ex that is submitted to the court and signed by a judge. A consent order is specific to the case and differs from case to case.
If you file a motion, a court will want you to show a good faith reason for the move. The court will analyze several factors such as the reason you want to move, the reason why your daughter's father want her to stay, educational, health, and recreational resources available to your daughter in each state, resources to address any special needs or talents of the child in each state, if visitation and communication schedule can be developed that will allow the father to maintain a full and...