Kate Walsh's estranged husband, Alex Young, has filed a lawsuit accusing the company that managed both his and the Private Practice actress' finances of "unlawful and unethical conduct" by refusing to hand over documents.
Alex Young, who filed for divorce December 9 after 14 months of marriage, has requested information pertaining to the couple's house and other assets.
Walsh's rep said the breakup was amicable at the time, but Young's camp says that accounting house London & Co. "was very slow to respond and it would not answer certain questions" the Fox exec had about their "very valuable house."
The 20th Century Fox studio executive also wants to know about the value of some of the furnishings, artwork and other improvements they both paid for.
Per his filing, Alex Young moved out when he decided to go ahead with the divorce, leaving everything in the house in Kate Walsh's possession.
But when he tried to access all of their purchase and tax records from the accountants, London & Co. balked, he says, and the firm has turned over a paltry amount of information overall, despite being served with a deposition subpoena.
The accounting firm was engaged in a clear "conflict of interest," contends Young, who alleges that it behaved in a manner that benefited one client, Kate Walsh, while opting to drop him as a client when the couple split up.