If you do not have any court orders then you have just as much right to see your daughter as the mother has.
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You refer to your daughter's mother as your "ex" so I assume you were divorced after your daughter was born. If that's true, then your final decree of divorce probably contains a section entitled "Standard Possesion Order" or "Possession Order."
Under the possession order contained in your final decree of divorce, your rights will be spelled out in detail. You have all those rights until your ex files for a modifictaion to keep you away from the child (an unlikely outcome without some ugly facts on your side).
So assuming that you have a standard possession order in place, your ex cannot keep you from seeing your daughter.
You can file a motion to enforce the possession order.
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