'No, and No.. When two people marry, it should become Us, not You and Me. A pre-nuptial takes the we out. You are no longer living life together, but rather each is living their own life while staying under the same roof.
No, but I should have with my first wife.
If I thought a pre-nuptial was necessary, that would mean I thought there was a pretty good chance the marriage wouldn't last - so I wouldn't marry the person in the first place.
This is where trust comes into love. There's nothing else to add.
A pre-nuptial might be advantageous in certain circumstances.
If I were a widower with two young children, then won the powerball, and then got married, I think it would be irresponsible not to.
What if we had a child together and then I died?
Extreme, yes---but that's what lawyers and contracts are for.