Raminder Chadha, a realtor and recent settler in Chicago, only wanted one thing. He wanted to provide his children with a good education. So Chadha did what Chicagoans have to do to make that a reality. He moved into the “right” neighborhood by purchasing a property he could reasonably afford and rehab. What he didn’t count on was the private school in the neighborhood needing that same property to fuel its own growth. When a family and a private school collide, the Chicago Way is exposed for all to see. Chadha’s memoir, due to be released by Eckhartz Press in 2018, chronicles his experiences dealing with Chicago’s politicians, neighbors, lawyers, and judges.