Rikke M. Liska
Rikke Liska focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, probate, and elder law. Rikke grew up in Loveland, Colorado and attended Colorado State University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in speech communication in 2007. Rikke received her J.D. in 2010 from Arizona State University with the highest pro bono distinction. During law school, Rikke volunteered often, teaching high school classes on constitutional law, developing a mock trial program for the local high school, and was a founding member of the Law Journal for Social Justice. After law school, Rikke returned to Fort Collins and interned with the Honorable Judge Field and Magistrate Jostad.
Rikke is admitted to practice law in Colorado and Wyoming. She is a member of the Trust and Estate and Elder Law sections of the Colorado Bar Association, the Trust and Estate section of the Larimer County Bar Association, the Colorado Young Lawyer’s Division, and the Wyoming Bar Association. She volunteers for the Larimer County Alliance for Grandfamilies and participates in the Loveland Mountain View Rotary. Rikke is also an active member in the Elder Care Network and on the planning committee that organizes Larimer County’s Senior Law Day. Rikke is currently serving as the co-chair of the Senior Law Day planning committee.
Rikke lives in Fort Collins with her husband and her cat, Emma. In her spare time, Rikke enjoys scrapbooking, reading, cooking, knitting, and dancing. Rikke spent many years dancing ballet with Canyon Concert Ballet and continues to enjoy dancing ballet and the West Coast Swing.