Hello again, Tom, and thank you for providing this additional information.
Since the order does not condition payment of support on your daughter continuing college, I would not typically expect the court to grant your motion to terminate the order. It is very difficult to obtain an order terminating support early. Usually you will need to show that the child has been emancipated which means she must be self-supporting and not living with a guardian/parent.
Under NY law, support must normally continue until the age of 21unless the child is married, or self-supporting, or in the military. In that case, the child is considered to be "emancipated" and the parents' support obligation ends typically.
A child may also be considered "emancipated" if he or she is between 17 and 21, leaves the parents' home and refuses to obey the parents' reasonable commands. Otherwise, support will normally continue.
Here is a link which summarizes the law on this issue:
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