You need to speak with a family law attorney immediately as there are significant legal and economic rights at stake here. Without more facts it is difficult to provide specific answers, but it is clear that you are in a tough position and seeking a consultation with an attorney is the first step to outlining and evaluating your options.
You need to hire an attorney, it appears you are in dependency court and have no idea what you are doing or how to protect yourself. You need someone who can fight for your rights.
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I agree with the above answer, but want to add that your issue is two-fold.
First, you need to see if you have grounds to ask the Court to review or set-aside the previous order (one of the grounds could be you were never served, if that can be proved). If you do not have any grounds, you need to file a Modification to use actual visit time and current wages.
Second, you need to file a Request for Order in order to establish a visiting schedule with the child. It will most likely be a really long and hard battle to make headway on the visitation portion of your case, but if it is what you want, then do something about it.
It seems like you will definitely need the help of an attorney, at least to get you started on the support issue. Good luck!
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