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Child support can generally be adjusted because of a change in income of one or both of the parents. However, the child's change in circumstances or needs generally doesn't correlate with a change because child support is based on the parent's income.
That depends on what the custody/visitation order says......if there is no custody/visitation order in place, then you can petition the court for visitation to be established.
If the child is an adult, then visitation should be up to you and the child....not the court. The only real exception would be if there is a restriction/protective order preventing contact, etc.
You should take a look at the visitation agreement and see if it has any qualifying mandates that would prohibit visitation....if not, you should be ok to schedule visitation with your child.