If your hearing is to establish paternity and/or the terms, then all issues can be discussed including visitation. However, if you don't agree, then the court will appoint a Guardian ad Litem for your child who will do an investigation and come up with a recommendation that is in her best interests. If he is the one moving, it would normally be his responsibility to either come here to visit or do the transportation. Given her young age, he most likely will need to come back here to visit until she gets older.
If paternity has already been established and custody/placement set and the hearing is only for child support, visitation cannot be addressed unless he has filed a motion to modify the currentplacement orders.
It sounds as if you have a lot going on with some fairly serious concerns. I strongly advise you to consult with a local attorney to assist you in these proceedings.
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