Actor Al Pacino, despite being 83 years old, has found himself embracing fatherhood once again. However, this newfound joy comes with a substantial financial commitment, as he has agreed to pay $30,000 per month in child support. Notably, this figure is subject to adjustment based on his annual income.
The details of this child support arrangement were revealed in legal documents obtained by TMZ. Al Pacino and his most recent partner, Noor Alfallah, who welcomed their son, Roman, into the world in June, have successfully worked out the terms of their custody agreement. Under this agreement, they will both have legal custody of Roman, while Noor will have primary physical custody, allowing Al to have visitation rights.
Moreover, it’s important to highlight the collaborative nature of their parenting agreement. Al and Noor have committed to making joint decisions regarding holidays and are equally involved in determining schooling choices and participating in their child’s extracurricular activities.
Turning to the financial aspect of their arrangement, Al Pacino will make an initial payment of $110,000 in addition to a monthly base child support of $30,000. He will also allocate $15,000 annually into an education fund to support Roman’s future educational needs. However, the child support commitment may increase by up to $90,000 at the end of each year, depending on Al’s earnings.