Al Pacino Ordered to Pay $30,000 Monthly in Child Support for 5-Month-Old Son Following Custody Agreement

In a recent court ruling, legendary actor Al Pacino has been ordered to pay $30,000 a month in child support for his five-month-old son, Roman, after reaching a custody agreement with his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah. The 83-year-old star of “The Godfather” will also provide an upfront payment of $110,000 in child support and be responsible for any uncovered medical expenses. In addition, Pacino has agreed to set aside $15,000 annually for Roman’s future education. The judge’s decision grants the couple joint legal custody, with Alfallah having primary physical custody, though the two are reportedly still in a relationship.

Despite their ongoing relationship, the reasons for Alfallah’s initial custody filing remain undisclosed. The couple’s romantic involvement began during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they welcomed their son, Roman, in June. Notably, Al Pacino is a father to other children as well, including a daughter, Julie Marie, and 22-year-old twins, Anton and Olivia, from previous relationships.

This child support amount, totaling $30,000 per month, was determined based on Al Pacino’s reported annual income of $2.5 million. The agreement also includes provisions for visitation and holiday planning, emphasizing the couple’s commitment to co-parenting their child.

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