Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
On a legal point of view I believe that if the son believes he is not getting enough to study and to be supported he can take his father to court for more maintenance but it sounds like something has happened "emotionally" to turn the son against his father and it would be worth exploring this. If your husband paid his share and saw his son on regular basis, try and find out what could have caused this sudden change of heart and address it with him, as an adult.
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