Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah settle child support for their baby boy

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Al Pacino (left) and Noor Alfallah

LOS ANGELES, Nov 5, (Agencies): Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have finalized an agreement regarding custody and child support for their four-month-old son, Roman Alfallah Pacino, born on June 6, 2023. Court documents obtained by TODAY.com reveal the terms of their arrangement.

In this agreement, Pacino and Alfallah will share joint legal custody of Roman, with both parents participating in major decisions concerning his health, education, and overall well-being. Alfallah will have physical custody of their son, while Pacino will be granted “reasonable right of parenting time (visitation),” as outlined in the court documents.

To provide for the child’s financial support, Pacino has agreed to pay Alfallah $30,000 monthly in child support. Additionally, the 83-year-old actor will allocate 6% of his “annual gross income” exceeding $2,500,000 per year, capped at $4,000,000, or a maximum of $90,000. Furthermore, starting in 2023, Pacino will contribute $15,000 annually to a 529 account established for Roman’s education and other agreed-upon expenses, which both parents will oversee.

Despite any previous speculations, a representative for Pacino confirmed in September 2023 that the couple remains together.

Pacino and Alfallah’s relationship became public in April 2022 when they were first spotted together leaving a restaurant in Venice, California. At that time, a representative for Pacino confirmed that the couple was expecting their first child.

Alfallah shared an intimate glimpse of their son when he was two months old in August 2023, posting a photo on Instagram that featured the baby holding her thumb. In the caption, she expressed her love, referring to Roman as “My whole heart” and “the greatest blessing in my life” with a red heart emoji.

Al Pacino is a father of four, including his youngest son, Roman. He welcomed his daughter, Julie, with his ex-girlfriend Jan Tarrant in 1989. He also became a father to twins, Anton and Olivia, in 2001 with his ex-partner Beverly D’Angelo.

Having experienced a challenging childhood after his father left the family as a toddler, Pacino has previously shared his commitment to fatherhood. He explained in a 2014 interview with The New Yorker that he consciously aimed to be a present and responsible father, emphasizing the importance of being a part of his children’s lives. He described fatherhood as a source of fulfillment that takes him beyond himself.

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