Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino has agreed to provide $30,000 per month in child support for their 4-month-old son, Roman, to his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah. Recent court documents, as reported by etonline, reveal the details of their arrangement. In September, 29-year-old Alfallah sought full physical custody of their child, and by October, they had reached agreements on custody, visitation schedules, and financial support.
Pacino, at the age of 83, will pay Alfallah an initial sum of $110,000, followed by monthly "base" child support of $30,000. Additionally, depending on his earnings, he may contribute an extra $90,000 at the end of each year. Pacino is committed to setting aside $15,000 annually for Roman's education fund, starting this year, and he will be responsible for covering 100% of any medical expenses not covered by insurance.
In terms of custody, Alfallah has been granted primary physical custody, with Pacino given visitation rights. They will collaborate to determine how holidays and schooling schedules will be managed. The agreement also stipulates that Pacino will cover Alfallah's attorney fees, up to a limit of $20,000.
This agreement aligns with Alfallah's initial September filing, in which she requested that Pacino be granted "reasonable visitation" and joint legal custody of Roman. As part of this filing, Alfallah submitted a voluntary declaration of parentage, signed by both her and Pacino six days after Roman's birth. This document legally acknowledges Pacino's paternity concerning their child.
The couple's relationship first came to public attention in April 2022, and Roman was born on June 6 at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Their recent agreement serves to establish a fair and structured framework for co-parenting and financial support for their young son.