Your husband’s child support is based upon his earning capacity and not his current income level – that’s a little trick that many judges employ if they suspect the noncustodial parent is trying to avoid child support but taking low paying jobs – there was a famous case in New York a couple of years ago. In that case, the wealthy father went into debt and even took a job selling Mary Kay.
If you want to overturn the property allocation, you have to prove fraud – alleging it won’t get you past the initial pleading.
Check with a bankruptcy attorney about the constitutionality of the bankruptcy clause. I’ve never heard of that one – a good bankruptcy attorney may have an opinion on its legality.