Hi and thanks for your question.
Unfortunately, child visitation and child support are two different issues. Just because you haven't actually had visitation with your daughter would not have an impact on your child support obligation. Typically, a parent's child support obligation may be reduced if he/she spends MORE time with the child, but not less time.
That being said, an alternative would be if you were to file a motion for contempt against your ex for his interference with your parental relationship with your daughter documenting all of the times he has discouraged her from visiting with you, and as part of the relief/orders that you request the court order, you could also ask that the court impose financial sanctions against him as a result of his contemptuous and bad faith conduct and his interference with your parental relationship or parental alienation. This is not always common for the court to impose such financial sanctions - it is largely left to the discretion of the court - you may have a strong argument here though given your circumstances, and it's worth the try.
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