Prenuptial agreements are especially valuable for couples who have previously been married or who have substantially different levels of wealth and income. In fact, a well-drafted prenuptial agreement can substantially lessen the pain and expense of a divorce if a contemplated marriage did not make it to the "death do us part" phase.
It is extremely important to provide a full list of assets and have them signed far in advance to make sure you're covered, because unfortunately in California, if you don't have a prenuptial agreement, the law imposes one on you. It's called community property. If you believe that a prenuptial agreement would be right for you, please contact me as far in advance of your anticipated wedding as possible.