Unable to address these concerns, you make up motives that you attribute to those who oppose prenups. There is no basis whatsoever for your claims.
You just described your own maneuvering the whole time and projected onto me. I've given plenty of facts (basis) for my claims.
1) Courts exponentially favor women over men; and courts are subversive & legislate from the bench
2) There is a much higher probability of "divorce" than a marriage lasting "until death do us part"
3) When these "divorces" occur, the courts give the equity & houses to women, and women are given at least half of all other assets, wealth and savings, despite the man acquiring & building all of it or having owned it before they even got married.
4) "Trad Catholics" are not immune to the epidemic of "divorces". Plenty of "divorces" among trads.
Nothing you proposed about what Catholics should do
is a true aegis (insurance plan or defense) for men to protect themselves from women preying on everything men built and acquired on their own. One of human conditions the Catholic Church warns us about is people failing
what they should do
, and teaching us to take measures to protect ourselves from the enemy - spiritual or temporal - who do the opposite of what they should do
Thus, the only viable option to protect men, who are considering marriage, is to get a prenup (and, even better, to reject getting a State marriage license).
Nothing you have proposed is a solution to protect men. Everything you have stated is based off of a Catholic utopia
that doesn't exist, nor will it ever exist, before Christ returns and establishes His Heavenly kingdom on earth. But that's what (you) Jews are good at, right? They draft up those utopias and sell them to gullible people. Look at communism, socialism, "social justice", "equality", etc. They offer no real solutions to help or protect people, rather they subject them to more deceit & ills.
No doubt you will say it again and again, but it does not get any more true no matter how many times you repeat it.
Ain't no stopping the truth.
There are legitimate concerns that planning what one will do in the case of divorce is not compatible with the Catholic teaching that divorce is never an option.
Another subjective opinion with no substance justifying the rejection of prenups. You haven't posted one Catholic citation to support your argument.