At the age of 83, Al Pacino finds himself in a new chapter of fatherhood, accompanied by a hefty financial commitment. Recently, legal documents acquired by TMZ revealed that Pacino will be forking over $30,000 per month in child support following an agreement settled with his most recent partner, Noor Alfallah. The couple welcomed their son, Roman, into the world in June.
Their custody arrangement stipulates shared legal custody of Roman, with primary physical custody granted to Noor, while Al retains visitation rights. The agreement also specifies joint decision-making concerning holidays, education, and participation in extracurricular activities for the child.
In terms of financial support, Al Pacino’s responsibilities include an initial payment of $110,000, followed by a monthly provision of $30,000 as a base for child support. Additionally, he’s mandated to allocate $15,000 annually into an education fund. Furthermore, depending on his annual earnings, there could be an additional payment of up to $90,000 by year-end.
It’s important to note that Pacino had previously been contributing $13,000 monthly for a night nurse, and he remains liable for any medical expenses not covered by insurance.