Al Pacino Agrees To Pay $30,000 Per Month In Child Support To Noor Alfallah


Legendary actor Al Pacino, known for his iconic roles in films such as “The Godfather” and “Scarface,” has been ordered to pay a substantial amount of child support to his former girlfriend, Noor Alfallah. The court ruling mandates that Pacino must provide $30,000 per month in child support for their son, Roman, with the possibility of the amount increasing based on his annual earnings.

Key Takeaway

Al Pacino has been ordered to pay $30,000 per month in child support to Noor Alfallah, his former girlfriend and mother of their son, Roman. This court ruling emphasizes the importance of financial responsibility in providing for the welfare of children.

A Shared Custody Agreement

The custody agreement between Pacino and Alfallah stipulates that they will share legal custody of Roman. However, Noor will have primary physical custody, while Pacino will have visitation rights. The court has also granted both parents equal participation in decisions regarding Roman’s education and holiday arrangements. This ensures that both Pacino and Alfallah will play an active role in their son’s life.

The Financial Obligations

In addition to the $30,000 monthly child support, Pacino has been required to make an initial payment of $110,000. Furthermore, he will need to contribute $15,000 annually to an education fund for Roman’s future. Depending on Pacino’s earnings, he may also be liable to pay up to an additional $90,000 at the end of each year.

It is worth mentioning that Pacino was previously responsible for paying $13,000 monthly for a night nurse and will also be accountable for any medical expenses not covered by insurance.