Al Pacino reached a child support agreement with his girlfriend Nur Alfala — but his hefty monthly sum isn’t the only shocking detail revealed in the documents.
According to court documents obtained by Us Weekly on Friday, Nov. 3, Pacino, 83, admitted that he “doesn’t have life insurance” that would otherwise allow him to name beneficiaries in the event of his death.
Alfalla, 29, will receive $110,000 up front from Pacino for their 4-month-old son, Roman, and an additional $30,000 per month in “basic” child support, according to their settlement. Pacino could pay an additional $90,000 at the end of the year depending on his annual earnings.
Pacino’s initial payment of $110,000 will be split into two installments, with the first half due within 10 days of the judgment. The remaining $55,000 will be paid after Alfala presents a “signed lease for a new residence” for her and Roman. Alfala will provide “reasonable evidence” of her move to a new home and can use the money to “help her move” into the residence.
Pacino will deposit $15,000 each year into a fund for Roman’s education. It is also responsible for 100 percent of all medical expenses for the baby that are not covered by insurance. Alfala eventually won primary physical custody of Roman, with Pacino granted visitation rights, but the documents did not outline the couple’s plans for vacations and school schedules.
In addition to child support, Pacino agreed to pay Alfalla’s attorney fees of up to $20,000 after she initially filed for full physical custody in September. Alfala noted in his filing at the time that he wanted Pacino to have “reasonable visitation” and hoped to share joint legal custody of Roman.
Alfala also filed a “voluntary declaration of parentage” in September, which was signed six days after Roman arrived in June and confirmed Pacino as the baby’s biological father.
Pacino and Alfala were first linked in April 2022 after they were spotted leaving a restaurant together in Venice, California. In May, Pacino’s rep confirmed that the duo were expecting their first baby together. Pacino previously gave birth to a daughter, Julie Marie, in 1989 Ian Tarrant and twins Anton James and Olivia Rose in 2001 Beverly D’Angelo.
“It’s very special. It always has been. I’ve got a lot of kids, but it’s really special coming at this moment,” Pacino told the Daily Mail in June after Roman was born.
Despite their child support and custody case, Pacino’s rep clarified to Us that the couple is still together. “Al and Noor have successfully worked together and reached a mutual agreement regarding their child, Roman,” the spokesperson said.