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He can not simply change the payment because of what the eldest son has decided to do. He would be required to stick to the terms of the courts' order unless it is varied.
You should respond to him advising that he is required to comply with the terms of all maintenance payment as per the court's order.
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The absolute has to do with the divorce.
What you should have in place is an order in relation to financial provision. Once that order has been made, he can't simply change it without going back to court. For him to have varied it he would have had to notify you and you would have had to be made aware of the change.
That email would not amount to a variation. He would have to get an order from the court.