If you bought the doublewide together (e.g. both contributed to it), she will have an equal interest in it: either it will be sold and you will share the proceeds, or one of you will get it and the other will be paid for its value.
Anything bought during marriage or money saved during marriage will be split more-or-less evenly.
If one of you earns much more than the other and has paid more of the family's costs while married, that person will most likely pay spousal support or alimony to the other. If you both earned similar amounts, there will probably be no support/alimony.
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