Regardless of whether child support has been paid, the NCP has the right to visitation as it is designated in the custody agreement, even if the custodial parent has "sole custody". The father should refer to his custody order for the child(ren). Depending on the division of custody, the noncustodial parent's (NCP) can vary, but it most always is spelled out, such as just as an example- Father shall have every other weekend starting at 6pm to Sunday at 6pm and the following holidays: etc. etc..: The NCP (father in this situation) can take the issue to court to petition against the CP (mother here) for withholding visitation.
In this situation, the NCP should continue to pay the child support faithfully and punctually as while this is NOT suppose to factor into visitation, it does look good when standing in front of the judge.
Child support and visitation rights are two entirely different issues. The terms of visitation should have been determined before divorce proceedings and finalized when the divorce decree was awarded. The court generally prefers the parents reach an amicable agreement for reasonable visitation by the non-custodial parent. If specified days/times have been ordered by the court the custodial parent must allow visitation or risk being in contempt of a court order.
There is no state in the U.S. that will allow someone under the age of 18 to marry without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances.
The 18 year old is an adult. They can seriously tell their parents to f*** off since they have a legal right to do as they wish.
Nothing can be done until the child is born and paternity is established. If the male is not willing to acknowledge he is the father a paternity test will be necessary, before any litigation pertaining to child support, custody, visitation rights or the relinquishment of parental rights is possible. However, the issue of the biological mother moving to another state is not necessarily relevant; all states honor and enforce child support and/or visitation orders issued in another state.