You may be mistaken in thinking that a pre-nuptial agreement is only necessary where one party has significant assets they want to protect. In practice, this type of agreement is widely used and is becoming increasingly persuasive when relationships break down.
Our family law team can help you set out your the wishes for the division of assets if the relationship breaks down at a later date. A pre-nuptial agreement is now considered by many as an important part of personal planning.
While the pre-nuptial agreement is not strictly enforceable, there have been several decisions in the courts where the existence of one has led to a reduction in the financial settlement to bring it more in line with the agreement.